Fix Python – Empty set literal?

Question

Asked By – Johan Råde

[] = empty list

() = empty tuple

{} = empty dict

Is there a similar notation for an empty set?
Or do I have to write set()?

Now we will see solution for issue: Empty set literal?


Answer

No, there’s no literal syntax for the empty set. You have to write set().

This question is answered By – sepp2k

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