Monday 13 November 2023

Do you know the reason ?


The all function returns True if all elements of the iterable are true (or if the iterable is empty). If any element is false, it returns False.

In the case of an empty iterable, such as an empty list ([]), the all function returns True because there are no elements that are false.

So, when you execute print(all([])), it will output: True

The any function returns True if at least one element of the iterable is true. If the iterable is empty, it returns False because there are no elements to evaluate.

In the case of an empty iterable, such as an empty list ([]), the any function returns False.

So, when you execute print(any([])), it will output: False


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