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I am a beginner and I am working on some code, kindly guide me on what exactly the below code is representing:

result, data = mail.uid('search', None, "ALL") # search and return uids instead

Could someone explain this line?

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The code that you have referred to means that the method you have called will return an iterable, and the index 0 of the iterable is assigned to x and index 1 is assigned to y. This is termed tuple unpacking.

For more information regarding the same, do refer to the Python certification course.

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