To compare sets using the `issubset()`

function in Python, you can use it to check if one set is a subset of another set. The `issubset()`

function returns `True`

if all elements of one set are present in another set, and `False`

otherwise. Here’s an example:

```
set1 = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}
set2 = {1, 2, 3}
if set2.issubset(set1):
print("set2 is a subset of set1")
else:
print("set2 is not a subset of set1")
```

In this example, we have two sets, `set1`

and `set2`

. We use the `issubset()`

function on `set2`

and pass `set1`

as the argument. The function checks if all elements of `set2`

are present in `set1`

. If `set2`

is indeed a subset of `set1`

, the code will print “set2 is a subset of set1”. Otherwise, it will print “set2 is not a subset of set1”.

The output of the above code will be:

`set2 is a subset of set1`

You can also use the `<=`

operator to achieve the same comparison. The `<=`

operator is equivalent to the `issubset()`

function. Here’s an example using the `<=`

operator:

```
set1 = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}
set2 = {1, 2, 3}
if set2 <= set1:
print("set2 is a subset of set1")
else:
print("set2 is not a subset of set1")
```

The output will be the same as the previous example.

By using the `issubset()`

function or the `<=`

operator, you can compare sets in Python to check if one set is a subset of another.

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