Basically only a function to iterate through tuples and add their values. Example: (1,2)+(2,3)=(3,5)
- The function flatten(*argv) takes an arbitrary amount of tuples and returns the sum of of each indices’ value. The tuples should have the same length.
- Example:>>> from tuple_flatten import flatten>>> flatten((1, 5), (2, 7))(3, 12)::
- It is not necessary for all tuples to be equally sized, as long as each tuple in the arguments is either shorter or equally sized as its predecessor.
- Example:>>> flatten((1, 7), (3,))(4, 7)::
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