None vs. Null

'None' and 'null' are different, so let's get to know them.

"None" vs. "Null" in the English Grammar

What Are Their Main Differences?

Actually, 'null' and 'none' are different in their grammatical functions and meanings.


Grammatical Functions and Meanings

  • 'None' is used mainly as:

'None' as a pronoun means; 'not any' or 'not one'.

He would buy none of it. It is obvious that you are telling a lie.

  • 'Null' is used as:

'Null' as an adjective means; 'invalid'.

This null evidence cannot change the judges' decisions.

'Null' as a noun means; 'an empty value'.

When it comes to its advantages, you face with a list of nulls.

'Null' as a verb means; 'to make something null'.

They tried to null the damages made by the flood.


What Quantity They Refer to

Besides referring to a zero quantity; other than that 'none' and 'null' have nothing in common.


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