07 Mar 02:09 PM

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What is the difference between Es kam keiner.and Keiner kam.?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

I came across this sentence construction and I haven't encountered it before: Es kam keiner. Es schlafen alle. Can this construction be used with any verb when the subject is either "keiner" or "alle"?
Could you show me a couple of example sentences?

I know there's no difference between them in terms of meaning but does one sound better/maybe more sophisticated than the other?
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