Getting the String that Represent the Value of the Tuple<T1> Instance in C#

A tuple is a data structure that gives you the easiest way to represent a data set. You can also get a string that represents a tuple object by using the ToString Method. This method returns a string that will represent the Tuple<T1> object. The string represented by this method is in the form of (Item1) here Item1 represents the value of Item1 property. And it will represent a String.Empty if any property contains a null value.

Syntax:

public override string ToString ();

Return Type: The return type of this method is System.String. So, it will return a string that represents Tuple<T1> object.

Example 1:

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// C# program to illustrate the
// use of ToString method
using System;
  
namespace exampleoftuple {
  
class GFG {
  
    // Main Method
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {   
       
        // 1-Tuple
        var v1 = Tuple.Create("Rohit");
          
         // Get the value of Tuple<T1>
        // With the help of ToString method
        Console.WriteLine("Tuple 1: " + v1.ToString());
    }
}
}

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Output:

Tuple 1: (Rohit)

Example 2:

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// C# program to illustrate 
// the use of ToString method
using System;
  
namespace exampleoftuple {
  
class GFG {
  
    // Main Method
    static public void Main()
    {
        // Nested Tuples
        var T1 = Tuple.Create("Sumit", Tuple.Create("Bongo",
                                          "Bella", "Binu"));
  
        var T2 = Tuple.Create("Boond", "Cinki", "Chimmy",
                         Tuple.Create("Karan", "Micky"));
  
        var T3 = Tuple.Create(34.9, 78.7, Tuple.Create(12.2,
                                           34.5, 5.6, .78));
  
        var T4 = Tuple.Create(2, 4, 6, 8, 5,
           Tuple.Create(10, 20, 30, 40, 50));
  
        // Get the value of Nested Tuples
        // With the help of ToString method
        Console.WriteLine("NTuple 1: {0}", T1.ToString());
        Console.WriteLine("NTuple 2: {0}", T2.ToString());
        Console.WriteLine("NTuple 3: {0}", T3.ToString());
        Console.WriteLine("NTuple 4: {0}", T4.ToString());
    }
}
}

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Output:

NTuple 1: (Sumit, (Bongo, Bella, Binu))
NTuple 2: (Boond, Cinki, Chimmy, (Karan, Micky))
NTuple 3: (34.9, 78.7, (12.2, 34.5, 5.6, 0.78))
NTuple 4: (2, 4, 6, 8, 5, (10, 20, 30, 40, 50))



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