We can assign one value to multiple variables on a single statement in the Python programming language. This is known as multiple assignments.
Multiple assignments are also called tuple unpacking or iterable unpacking. In a single line of code, you can assign a value to multiple variables simultaneously. The use of parentheses is optional in multiple assignments.
Multiple assignments are called "tuple-unpacking" because it is usually practiced with tuples. However, we can also use multiple assignments with some other iterable, not only tuples.
Multiple assignments are most ordinarily used in for loops.
If you notice Python code that practices complex coded indexes, they usually practice multiple assignments to simplify the code and make it readable and understandable.
The Multiple assignments are somewhat strict if it lands in unpacking the iterable we give to it
The strictness in multiple assignments is pretty excellent. When we are operating with an item with a distinctive size than we supposed, the multiple assignments will crash aloud. And we get to know about a bug in the program positively that we won't be yet aware of.