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None keyword in Python

In Python what does the statement means "We cannot create multiple None objects in Python" ?

2/25/2020 3:21:45 PM

harshit

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There is only one None object in Python. You can set multiple variables to this None object but you can't have multiple None objects and they aren't necessary. Make sure you're assigning variables to None and not attempting to create new None objects.

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Hi! most likely this means what is written