Does PyCharm Professional Edition really have "All functionality from" DataGrip and WebStorm?

I was looking at comparison of PyCharm editions and I've noticed that according to the official website, PyCharm Professional has access to “All functionality from DataGrip” and “All functionality from WebStorm”. Does it really mean, that PyCharm has all functionality of those two?

Comparison link: https://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/features/editions_comparison_matrix.html 

Basically, does it mean that instead of buying both PyCharm and WebStorm, I could just use PyCharm for both use cases and have literally the same workflow quality?

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Hi,

Yes, if you have PyCharm Professional, you essentially have all functionality of WebStorm and Datagrip (as bundled plugins).

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Hello is it same in 2022? And you mentioned word "essentially" - are there unessential differencies like layout, available settings?

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