Python Tuple count()

The count() method returns the number of times the specified element appears in the tuple.

The syntax of the `count()` method is:

`tuple.count(element)`

count() Parameters

The `count()` method takes a single argument:

• element - the element to be counted

Return value from count()

The `count()` method returns the number of times element appears in the tuple.

Example 1: Use of Tuple count()

``````# vowels tuple
vowels = ('a', 'e', 'i', 'o', 'i', 'u')

# count element 'i'
count = vowels.count('i')

# print count
print('The count of i is:', count)

# count element 'p'
count = vowels.count('p')

# print count
print('The count of p is:', count)
``````

Output

```The count of i is: 2
The count of p is: 0```

Example 2: Count List and Tuple Elements Inside Tuple

``````# random tuple
random = ('a', ('a', 'b'), ('a', 'b'), [3, 4])

# count element ('a', 'b')
count = random.count(('a', 'b'))

# print count
print("The count of ('a', 'b') is:", count)

# count element [3, 4]
count = random.count([3, 4])

# print count
print("The count of [3, 4] is:", count)```
```

Output

```The count of ('a', 'b') is: 2
The count of [3, 4] is: 1```