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Null in Python: Understanding Python's NoneType Object
In this tutorial, you'll learn about the NoneType object None, which acts as the null in Python. This object represents emptiness, and you can use it to mark default parameters and even show when you have no result. None is a tool for doing everything with nothing!
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