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tuple() -> empty tuple
tuple(iterable) -> tuple initialized from iterable's items

If the argument is a tuple, the return value is the same object.

src/b/l/blaze-0.1/blaze/datashape/coretypes.py   blaze(Download)
import datetime
import numpy as np
from ..py3help import _inttypes, _strtypes, unicode
 
instanceof = lambda T: lambda X: isinstance(X, T)

src/b/l/blaze-0.1/blaze/blaze_kernels.py   blaze(Download)
from .ckernel import (ExprSingleOperation, JITKernelData,
                UnboundCKernelFunction)
from .py3help import izip, _strtypes, c_ssize_t
from .datashape import Fixed, TypeVar
from .datashape.util import to_ctypes, dshape as make_dshape

src/b/l/blaze-0.1/blaze/blfuncs.py   blaze(Download)
                frompyfunc)
from . import blaze_kernels
from .py3help import dict_iteritems, _strtypes, PY3
 
# A KernelTree is just the bare element-wise kernel functions