Check Strict Superset Python


Problem Statement :


You are given a set A and n other sets.
Your job is to find whether set A is a strict superset of each of the N sets.

Print True, if A is a strict superset of each of the N sets. Otherwise, print False.

A strict superset has at least one element that does not exist in its subset.

Example
Set ([1,3,4]) is a strict superset of set ([1,3]).
Set ([1,3,4]) is not a strict superset of set ([1,3,4]).
Set ([1,3,4]) is not a strict superset of set ([1,3,5]).


Input Format

The first line contains the space separated elements of set A.
The second line contains integer n, the number of other sets.
The next n lines contains the space separated elements of the other sets.


Constraints:
0<len(set(A))<501
0<N<21
0<length of other sets<101


Output Format

Print True if set A is a strict superset of all other N sets. Otherwise, print False.



Solution :



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                            Solution in C :

s = set(input().split())
ans = True
for i in range(int(input())):
    t = set(input().split())
    if (s > t) == False:
        ans = False
        break
print(ans)
                        








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