A tuple in Python is an ordered sequence of elements. While working with Python tuples, we often need the length of the tuple to iterate through its elements.

**So, how to get the length of a tuple in Python?**

To get the length of a tuple in Python we use the inbuilt len() function. You just have to pass the name of the tuple as `len()`

parameter and it will return you the length of the tuple.

**Example:**

numbers = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) length = len(numbers) print('Length of the tuple is: ', length)

**Output:**

Length of the tuple is: 5

If the tuple is empty, the `len()`

function returns 0.

**Example:**

empty_tuple = () length = len(empty_tuple) print('Length of the tuple is: ', length)

**Output:**

Length of the tuple is: 0