# Array to Tuple in Python

This tutorial will introduce the methods to a NumPy array to tuples in Python.

## Array to Tuple With the `tuple()`

Function in Python

If we have an array that consists of tuples and want to convert it into tuples, we can use the `tuple()`

function in Python. The `tuple()`

function takes an iterable as an argument and returns a tuple consisting of the elements of the iterable. The following code example shows us how to convert a NumPy array to a tuple with Python’s `tuple()`

function.

```
import numpy as np
array = np.array(((0,1),(2,3)))
print(array)
result = tuple([tuple(e) for e in array])
print(result)
```

Output:

```
[[0 1]
[2 3]]
((0, 1), (2, 3))
```

In the above code, we converted the NumPy array `array`

to the tuple `result`

with Python’s `tuple()`

function. We first created an array containing tuples as its elements with the `np.array()`

function and displayed the `array`

elements. We then converted all the elements of the `array`

to the tuple `result`

with the `tuple()`

function and displayed the elements of the `result`

tuple.

## Array to Tuple With the `map()`

Function in Python

The `map()`

function is used to apply a particular method to all the elements of an iterable in Python. The `map()`

function takes the function to be applied and the iterable as arguments and returns an iterator where the function is applied to each element of the iterable object. We can use the `map()`

function to apply the `tuple()`

function on each element of our NumPy array and then apply the `tuple()`

function to the results to convert them to a single tuple. The following code example shows us how we can convert a NumPy array to a tuple with the `map()`

function in Python.

```
import numpy as np
array = np.array(((0,1),(2,3)))
print(array)
result = tuple(map(tuple, array))
print(result)
```

Output:

```
[[0 1]
[2 3]]
((0, 1), (2, 3))
```

In the above code, we converted the NumPy array `array`

to the tuple `result`

with the `map()`

function in Python. We first created an array containing tuples as its elements with the `np.array()`

function and displayed the `array`

elements. We then converted all the elements of the `array`

to tuples with the `map(tuple, array)`

function and then stored all the tuples inside one single tuple `result`

with another `tuple()`

function. In the end, we printed the elements of the `result`

tuple.