How to check if a tuple contains an element in Python?

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I tried to find the available methods but couldn’t find it. There is no contains. Should I use index? I just want to know if the item exists, don’t need the index of it.

You use in.

if element in thetuple:
    #whatever you want to do.

if "word" in str(tuple):
# You can convert the tuple to str too

i has the same problem and only worked to me after the convert str()

Be careful with that:
return Oops.
use Set: d= {…}

def simha():
    d = ('this_is_valid')
    b = 'valid'
    if b in d:
        print("Oops!!!!!")


simha()


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