# SymPy | Subset.superset() in Python

• Last Updated : 28 Aug, 2019

Subset.superset() : superset() is a sympy Python library function that returns the superset of the subset.

Syntax :
sympy.combinatorics.subset.Subset.superset()

Return :
the superset of the subset.

Code #1 : superset() Example

 `# Python code explaining``# SymPy.Subset.superset()`` ` `# importing SymPy libraries``from` `sympy.combinatorics ``import` `Permutation, Cycle``from` `sympy.combinatorics.subsets ``import` `Subset`` ` `# Using from ``# sympy.combinatorics.subset.Subsets.superset()`` ` `# Creating Subset``a ``=` `Subset([``'c'``, ``'d'``], [``'geek'``, ``'for'``, ``'c'``, ``'d'``])`` ` `# superset value``print` `(``"Subset a superset : "``, a.superset)`

Output :

Subset a superset : [‘geek’, ‘for’, ‘c’, ‘d’]

Code #2 : superset() Example

 `# Python code explaining``# SymPy.Subset.superset()`` ` `# importing SymPy libraries``from` `sympy.combinatorics ``import` `Permutation, Cycle``from` `sympy.combinatorics.subsets ``import` `Subset`` ` `# Using from ``# sympy.combinatorics.subset.Subsets.superset()`` ` `# Creating Subset``a ``=` `Subset([``2``, ``3``, ``4``], [``1``, ``2``, ``3``, ``4``, ``5``])`` ` `# superset value``print` `(``"Subset a superset : "``, a.superset)`

Output :

Subset a superset : [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

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