```
a = mesh.verts[0].co
b = mesh.verts[1].co
if a == b:
print 'match'
```

Always returns false, but

```
a = mesh.verts[0].co
b = mesh.verts[1].co
if a[0] == b[0] and a[1] == b[1] and a[2] == b[2]:
print 'match'
```

works.

If I’m understanding correctly, the first is comparing the pointer values of the coordinate tuples, which point to different locations in memory, while the second example actually compares the x y z values. How do I do a simple compare (if a == b) to where it looks at the underlying values?