X is a tuple.
Summarize individual results from multiple map calls. If each map call returns a tuple with N non-tuple objects, the input for
tupleSum function would be a tuple of N tuples. Each child tuple contains m objects with identical data form and data type, where m is the number of map calls. If there is a single map call, however,
tupleSum accepts the results of the map call as the input, and simply returns the input as the output.
The result of the function
tupleSum always has the same format as the map call result. If the map call returns a tuple with at least 2 non-tuple objects, then
tupleSum returns a tuple containing the same number of non-tuple objects.
$ x = [(1 2, 3 4, 5 6), (0.5, 0.6, 0.7)]; $ tupleSum(x); ([9,12],1.8)
If the map call return a single non-tuple object, then tupleSum also returns a single non-tuple object.
$ x = [(1 2, 3 4, 5 6)]; $ tupleSum(x); [9,12]