Python Set isdisjoint() MethodPython Functions

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The isdisjoint() method is used to check if two sets contain the same element or not. It returns True if two sets are disjoint sets, otherwise, it returns False.

Example

#!/usr/bin/python3
# -*- coding: UTF-8 -*-

A = {1, 2, 3, 4}
B = {5,6,7,9}
C = {1,11}

print("The isdisjoint between set A and set B is",A.isdisjoint(B))

print("The isdisjoint between set A and set C is",A.isdisjoint(C))

print("The isdisjoint between set C and set B is",B.isdisjoint(C))

Output:

The isdisjoint between set A and set B is True
The isdisjoint between set A and set C is False
The isdisjoint between set C and set B is True

Syntax

set_x.isdisjoint(set_y)

Parameters

The input parameter is the set to be checked.

Return Value

It returns True or false.

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