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)

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"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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