Something like this should have you covered.
for mesh in cmds.ls(selection=True, type="mesh"): cmds.select("%s.f[0:]" % mesh) cmds.sets(name="%s_set" % mesh)
.f syntax is for selecting faces, it’s what you see echoed in the Script Editor as you select a face interactively via the viewport.
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Cool. :) It should be fast, you’re more or less passing the burden of actually iterating over the scene to those two commands which are already implemented in C++. So it’s likely that trying to replicate this via the Python API would be more expensive.
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