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Python: Using only part of a returned tuple

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Quick question probably with a quick answer. Im working on a simple steganography project (hiding a message in a picture) im using PIL to return pixel values. Im using quick unpack to sift through so the function would be called like so: getpixel(myPixelHandle) now this returns a 3 size tuple with the R G and B values so the raw return looks like this: (255, 50, 199) So to quick unpack im doing it like this: valRed, valGreen, valBlue = getpixel(myPixelHandle) This way my three val's each are equal to there corresponding values. However I am currently just trying to modify the red value of every pixel. But there is only that one function for getting pixel data. Is there anyway that I can quick unpack and just get one value return? Or do I have to do something like: myTuple = getpixel(myPixelHandle) valRed = myTuple(0) or even? valRed, NULLval, NULLval = getpixel(myPixelHandle) so Nullval would just be variables i dont use? Any answers?

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The function is evaluated first, so you can go ahead and get an index directly on that...

valRed = getpixel(myPixelHandle)[0]

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