It depends what you mean by ID. I assume you're talking about HTML select e.g:
<select name="options"> <option value="none">None</option> <option value="one">One</option> <option value="two">Two</option> <option value="three">Three</option> </select>
Value of None option is "none" in this case but it can be anything and there is no ID. You can have
<option value="0" id="none">None</option>
in such case value of None is 0 and ID is "none".
There is no generic answer for your question I'm afraid. You would need to check the output HTML to see the concrete values.
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