What's more correct in English: without anything or without everything? (in meaning 'total negation')


It's asp.net core 2.1 app without everything (without web API, without MVC, without razor pages, just emptiest app)


"without anything" means with nothing, whereas "without everything" means without a number of specific things, or the usual things that come with something.

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