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# Python Tuple count() Method

In this article, we will learn about the count() method used for tuples in Python. The count() method of a Tuple returns the number of times the given element appears in the tuple.

Example

## Python3

 `tuple` `=` `(``1``, ``2``, ``3``, ``1``, ``2``, ``3``, ``1``, ``2``, ``3``)` `print``(``tuple``.count(``3``))`

Output :

`3`

## Python Tuple count() Method Syntax

Syntax: tuple.count( ele )

Parameters:

• ele: Any element whose occurrence we want to calculate.

Return: The number of times the elements appears in the tuple.

## Tuple count() Method in Python Examples

### Count Frequency of Element in a Tuple in Python

Here we are calculating the total occurrence of a particular element in the given tuple using the count method.

## Python3

 `# Creating tuples` `Tuple1 ``=` `(``0``, ``1``, ``2``, ``3``, ``2``, ``3``, ``1``, ``3``, ``2``)` `Tuple2 ``=` `(``'python'``, ``'geek'``, ``'python'``,` `          ``'for'``, ``'GFG'``, ``'python'``, ``'geeks'``)`   `# count the appearance of 3` `res ``=` `Tuple1.count(``3``)` `print``(``'Count of 3 in Tuple1 is:'``, res)`   `# count the appearance of python` `res ``=` `Tuple2.count(``'python'``)` `print``(``'Count of Python in Tuple2 is:'``, res)`

Output:

```Count of 3 in Tuple1 is: 3
Count of Python in Tuple2 is: 3```

### Count List Elements Inside Tuple

Here we are calculating the total occurrence of a particular element, which in this case is a list and tuple inside a tuple using the count method.

## Python3

 `# Creating tuples` `Tuple` `=` `(``0``, ``1``, ``"GFG"``, [``3``,``2``], ``1``,` `         ``[``3``, ``2``], ``'geeks'``, (``0``), (``'G'``, ``'F'``))`   `# count the appearance of [3, 2]` `res ``=` `Tuple``.count([``3``, ``2``])` `print``(``'Count of [3, 2] in Tuple is:'``, res)`

Output:

`Count of [3, 2] in Tuple is: 2`

### Count Elements that do not exist in the Tuple

Here we are calculating the total occurrence of a particular element in the given tuple using the count method that actually does not exist in the tuple.

## Python3

 `# Creating tuples` `Tuple1 ``=` `(``0``, ``1``, ``2``, ``3``, ``2``, ``3``, ``1``, ``3``, ``2``)` `Tuple2 ``=` `(``'python'``, ``'geek'``, ``'python'``,` `          ``'for'``, ``'GFG'``, ``'python'``, ``'geeks'``)`   `# count the appearance of 3` `res ``=` `Tuple1.count(``5``)` `print``(``'Count of 5 in Tuple1 is:'``, res)`   `# count the appearance of python` `res ``=` `Tuple2.count(``'GeeksforGeeks'``)` `print``(``'Count of GeeksforGeeks in Tuple2 is:'``, res)`

Output:

```Count of 5 in Tuple1 is: 0
Count of GeeksforGeeks in Tuple2 is: 0```

### Counting occurrences of Tuples in a Tuple

In this example, we are nesting tuples inside a tuple and we check how many times a tuple is inside a tuple is occurring.

## Python3

 `my_tuple ``=` `((``1``, ``2``), (``'a'``, ``'b'``), (``1``, ``2``), (``'c'``, ``'d'``), (``'a'``, ``'b'``))` `count_tuple ``=` `my_tuple.count((``1``, ``2``))` `print``(count_tuple)  ` `count_xy ``=` `my_tuple.count((``'x'``, ``'y'``))` `print``(count_xy)`

Output :

```2
0```

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