# Python | Convert a list into tuple of lists

• Last Updated : 13 Feb, 2019

We are given a list, the task is to convert the list into tuple of lists.

```Input: ['Geeks', 'For', 'geeks']
Output: (['Geeks'], ['For'], ['geeks'])

Input: ['first', 'second', 'third']
Output: (['first'], ['second'], ['third'])
```

Method #1 : Using Comprehension

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 `# Python code to convert a list into tuple of lists`` ` `# Initialisation of list``Input` `=` `[``'Geeks'``, ``'for'``, ``'geeks'``]`` ` `# Using list Comprehension``Output ``=` `tuple``([name] ``for` `name ``in` `Input``)`` ` `# printing output``print``(Output)`
Output:

```(['Geeks'], ['for'], ['geeks'])
```

Method #2 : Using Map + Lambda

 `# Python code to convert a list into tuple of lists`` ` `# Initialisation of list``Input` `=` `[``'first'``, ``'second'``, ``'third'``]`` ` `# Using map + lambda``Output ``=` `tuple``(``map``(``lambda` `x: [x], ``Input``))`` ` `# printing output``print``(Output)`
Output:
```(['first'], ['second'], ['third'])
```

Method #3 : Using Map + zip

 `# Python code to convert a list into tuple of lists`` ` `# Initialisation of list``Input` `=` `[``'first'``, ``'second'``, ``'third'``]`` ` `# Using Map + zip``Output ``=` `tuple``(``map``(``list``, ``zip``(``Input``)))`` ` `# printing output``print``(Output)`
Output:
```(['first'], ['second'], ['third'])
```

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