Any idea why all() is true while any() is false
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the cyclist on 29 Jul 2012
I can't say I know definitively, but I expect that one reason is for consistency when taking the union of sets with the empty set. For example, one would want
to be true, and also
to be false. The definitions in your question make sense in that context.