# Check a list in another list Python

## Example 1: check if a list contains an item from another list python

## checking any elment of list_B in list_A list_A = [1, 2, 3, 4] list_B = [2, 3, 6] check = any(item in list_A for item in list_B) print(check) # True

## Example 2: python check if list contains elements of another list

## checking all elements of list_B in list_A list_A = [1, 2, 3, 4] list_B = [2, 3] check = all(item in list_A for item in list_B) print(check) # True

## Example 3: check if part of list is in another list python

''' check if list1 contains any elements of list2 ''' result = any(elem in list1 for elem in list2) if result: print("Yes, list1 contains any elements of list2") else : print("No, list1 contains any elements of list2")

## Example 4: check if a list contains any item from another list python

## using set list_A = [1, 2, 3, 4] list_B = [2, 3] set_A = set(list_A) set_B = set(list_B) print(set_A.intersection(set_B)) # True if there is any element same # False if there is no element same

## Example 5: how to check if a list contains elements in another list

##Taking examples of two python lists. ##Take examples of two lists. list1 = [2,4,0,7,6] list2 = [1,0,9,7,6] ##the statement for condition is. check = any(element in list2 for element in list1)

## Example 6: check if a list contains any item from another list python

## using set list_A = [1, 2, 3, 4] list_B = [5,1] set_A = set(list_A) set_B = set(list_B) output = False if (set_A.intersection(set_B) == set()) else True print(output) # True if there is any element same # False if there is no element same