# Python - Merge two lists of tuples into one

### 1 Answer

```
>>> a = 1
>>> b = 3
>>> l1 = [(a, 1),(b,2)]
>>> l2 = [(a, 3),(b,4)]
>>> result = []
>>> for i1,i2 in zip(l1,l2):
result.append(tuple([i1[0]])+tuple(i1[1:])+tuple(i2[1:]))
>>> result
[(1, 1, 3), (3, 2, 4)]
>>>
```

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JD

tuples are immutable - you would have to reconstruct them. what did you try to solve it?