## Why does "set(a) and set(b)" vs "set(a) & set(b)" give different results in python?

Why does "set(a) and set(b)" vs "set(a) & set(b)" give different results in python? Question: I understand that one is bitwise operation while the other is not, but how does this bitwise property affect the results of given expression. As both should simply compare the elements in both sets and result in common elements. set(a) …