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:
- a pronoun
'None' as a pronoun means; 'not any' or 'not one'.
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- 'Null' is used as:
- an adjective
- a noun
- a verb
'Null' as an adjective means; 'invalid'.
'Null' as a noun means; 'an empty value'.
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'Null' as a verb means; 'to make something null'.
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What Quantity They Refer to
Besides referring to a zero quantity; other than that 'none' and 'null' have nothing in common.