> In Elm 0.19 you can no longer create tuples which contains more than three elements. The reasoning behind this is that it's easy to lose track of what the elements represents after that.

I can do nothing but stagger in awe at the enormity of this fact.

@blit32 good answer, i think you can, i don't know how expected of you is it with regards to nesting levels, but yes, the 2-tuple has the closure property and there's virtually no data structure you cannot represent with it, including, well N-tuples

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