Determines whether all items in the specified set are present in the original set

## Usage

The `issuperset()` method returns True if all items in the specified set are present in the original set, otherwise FALSE.

## Syntax

set.issuperset(set)

 Parameter Condition Description set Required A set to search for common items in

## Basic Example

``````# Check if all items in B are present in A
A = {'red', 'green', 'blue', 'yellow'}
B = {'yellow', 'red'}
print(A.issuperset(B))
# Prints True``````

## Equivalent Operator >=

You can achieve the same result by using the `>=` comparison operator.

``````A = {'red', 'green', 'blue', 'yellow'}
B = {'yellow', 'red'}
print(A >= B)
# Prints True``````

## Find Proper Superset

To test whether the set is a proper superset of other, use `>` comparison operator.

Set A is considered a proper superset of B, if A is a superset of B, but A is not equal to B.

``````# Check if A is a proper superset of B
A = {'red', 'green', 'blue', 'yellow'}
B = {'yellow', 'red'}
print(A > B)
# Prints True

# Check if A is a proper superset of B
A = {'yellow', 'red'}
B = {'yellow', 'red'}
print(A > B)
# Prints False``````