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  • Difference between Parkinson and Parkinsonism

    Parkinson vs Parkinsonism

    Parkinson and Parkinsonism both are terms which comes under Medical / Health area. Parkinson and Parkinsonism both are are diseases (symptom). Check out the differences between Parkinsonism and Parkinson.

    Parkinson

    Difference between Parkinson and Parkinsonism

    1. Parkinson is a movement disorder disease such as dystonia, rigidity, tremor, bradykinesia.
    2. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive degenerative disease, and idiopathic.
    3. It is a collection of syndromes which constitute this chronic progressive incurable neurodegenerative disease caused by the degeneration of dopamine neurons in the basal ganglia.

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    Difference Between xargs and exec

    xargs vs exec

    Both xargs and exec are unix / linux commands. Both do similar tasks and often people while working want to take a decision as to which command to use xargs or exec and get confused. They have subtle difference and should use the right one when we need to do a specific task. They are very similar But both have differences between them. Read the following point to point Difference Between xargs and exec. Confusion between the words xargs and exec is very common.

    To show the difference between xargs and exec, I have to first take an example and then explain the differences. I will be using “find” unix command. for those who don’t know find command below is some thing.

    Differences between xargs and exec commands

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    Difference between Alligator and Crocodile

    Alligator vs Crocodile

    Alligator and Crocodile are Reptiles. Alligator and Crocodile both are often confused and creates lots of doubt in the minds as to which one is alligator or crocodile. Both look very similar but they do have some differences. Crocodile looks more powerfull than Alligator? Check out the differences between Crocodile and Alligator.

    Alligator

    Alligator

    1. An alligator is a crocodilian in the genus Alligator of the family Alligatoridae. There are two extant alligator species: the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) and the Chinese alligator (Alligator sinensis).
    2. Alligator have wider and shorter U-shaped head.
    3. Alligator upper jaw is wider than its lower jaw and the teeth in the lower jaw fit into small depressions found in the upper jaw.
    4. Alligator only prefers to stay in freshwater.
    5. Alligator color is darker than crocodile.
    6. Alligator can survive upto 70 years.
    7. American Alligator can weight upto 360 KG (800 pounds) and length as long as 13 feet.
    8. They are not too aggressive compared to crocodiles.
    9. Alligators are raised commercially for their meat and skin, which is used for bags and shoes.

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    Difference between Valley and Volley

    Valley vs Volley

    Valley and Volley, both terms are related to English. Here you will find below the Differences between Valley and Volley

    What is the difference between Valley and Volley?

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    Difference between Bail and Bale

    Bail vs Bale

    Bail and Bale both terms relate to English. Check out the Differences between Bail and Bale

    What is the difference between Bail and Bale?

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    Difference between Hail and Hale

    Hail vs Hale

    Well both the terms relate to english. Check out the Differences between Hail and Hale

    What is the difference between Hail and Hale?

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    Difference between Diagonal and Diameter

    Diagonal vs Diameter

    Well both the terms relate to geometry. Diagonal is a line joining opposite corners of a regular or irregular polygon. A quadrilateral has two diagonals, and a hexagon has three.

    What is the difference between Diagonal and Diameter?

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    Difference Between iPhone 5 (iPhone 4S) and iPhone 4

    iPhone 5 vs iPhone 4

    Both iPhone 5 and iPhone 4 are devices launched by Apple. They run on iOS operating system. iPhone 5 (known as iPhone 4S) was recently launched and is the successor of iPhone 4. Check out the Differences between iPhone 5 and iPhone 4.

    Difference Between iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C

    Difference Between iPhone 5 (iPhone 4S) and iPhone 4

    Difference Between iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S

    What is the difference between iPhone 5 (4S) and iPhone 4?

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    Difference Between pray and prey

    pray vs prey

    Both pray and prey are words in English language. But both are used in different situations and context. Check out the Differences between pray and prey.

    What is the difference between pray and prey?

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    Difference Between alley and allay

    alley vs allay

    Both alley and allay are words in English language. But both are used in different situations and context. Check out the Differences between alley and allay.

    What is the difference between alley and allay?

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    Difference Between ‘few’ and ‘a few’

    few vs a few

    Both ‘few’ and ‘a few’ are terms in English language. But both are used in different situations and contest. Check out the Differences between ‘few’ and ‘a few’.

    What is the difference between ‘few’ and ‘a few’?

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    Difference Between Implementation Inheritance and Interface Inheritance

    Implementation Inheritance vs Interface Inheritance

    Both Implementation Inheritance and Interface Inheritance are types of inheritance. Inheritance is the concept of Object Oriented Programming (OOPs). Inheritance is used for code reuse. Check out the Differences between Implementation Inheritance and Interface Inheritance.

    Implementation Inheritance

    Implementation Inheritance

    1. Implementation Inheritance is called Class Inheritance.
    2. Implementation Inheritance is achieved in Java by using the extends keyword.
    3. Implementation Inheritance should be used only when the subclass IS A superclass (relationship).
    4. In this inheritance, the subclass is tightly coupled with superclass.
    5. Any changes to superclass will break the whole relationship. Make sure that the subclasses depend only on the behaviour of the superclass, not on the actual implementation.

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    Difference Between C++ and Java

    C++ vs Java

    Both C++ and Java are high level programming languages which come under 4th Generation languages. Both are Object Oriented Programming Languages. But, They do share some differences between them. Check out the Differences between C++ and Java.

    C++

    C++

    1. C++ (earliar known as C with Classes) was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup in 1979 at Bell Labs.
    2. C++ make use of Pointers and References
    3. C++ binary is not portable meaning binary cannot be run on different OS Platforms.
    4. C++ supports Multiple Inheretence through usage of Virtual Inheritance.
    5. Dynamic Polymorphism is achieved using Virtual Keyword (use of Virtual Pointer [VPTR] and VTable)
    6. C++ doesn’t support Memory Management. The progammer has to take care of Memory Allocation and Deallocation with the operations like New, Delete, Malloc, Calloc and use of Destructors (virtual destructors in case of virtual inheritance)
    7. C++ uses Collections by using STL (Standard Template Library). Its a third-party API
    8. C++ can have Global functions or Global variables which are outside the class
    9. C++ uses namespaces.

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    Difference Between Spring MVC and Struts

    Spring MVC vs Struts

    Both Spring and Struts are open source application frameworks for Java Platform. Both follow MVC architecture but have differences between them. Check out the Differences between Spring and Struts frameworks.

    Spring

    Spring MVC Framework

    1. Spring framework was written by Rod Johnson in October 2002.
    2. In Spring, View can be redirected to Servlet / JSP / HTML / PDF / Excel / XML or any external source. This is achieved through View Resolvers in Spring framework.
    3. Spring MVC has more view resolvers like Tiles, XSTL, Velocity/FreeMarket, JasperReports, Excel, PDF.
    4. Spring MVC provides more handler mappings.
    5. It also provides more model transfer.
    6. Spring offers complete Decoupling between layers in MVC.
    7. Spring offers IOC (inversion of control) and AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming).
    8. Spring clear module division between Model, View and Controller.

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    Difference between Ubuntu 11.04 and Ubuntu 11.10

    Ubuntu 11.04 vs Ubuntu 11.10

    Ubuntu 11.04 and Ubuntu 11.10 both are Linux Operating Systems based on Debian GNU/Linux. Ubuntu 11.10 Final version is not yet released but the beta version has been released and lot of its new features are being discussed on the web. Following are the differences between Ubuntu 11.04 and Ubuntu 11.10.

    Ubuntu 11.04

    Ubuntu 11.04 Final

    1. Ubuntu 11.04 is the current operating system released by Debian.
    2. Ubuntu 11.04 is also known as Natty Narwhal (named by Mark Shuttleworth) and was released on 28 April 2011.
    3. Ubuntu 11.04 uses Unity user interface instead of GNOME Shell as default
    4. The default music player is Banshee.
    5. Ubuntu 11.04 uses LibreOffice not OpenOffice.

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    Difference between Ox and Bull

    Ox vs Bull

    Ox and Bull both are mammals. Both look similar but they do share some differences. Bull sounds like the ‘he’ of cow… then who is an ox? Check out the differences between Bull and Ox.

    Ox

    Ox

    1. Ox are larger than bull.
    2. Ox are used for plowing and other farming activities. Also, for pulling cart and other heavy load..
    3. ‘Ox’ term is used for castrated male of the species of cattle.
    4. Compared to horses, oxen are steadier and less excitable. So, they are used for heavier tasks such as breaking sod or ploughing in wet soil. Oxen are required to wear shoes
    5. Are trained to understand simple commands related to work

    Bull

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    Difference between ODI and Test Cricket

    ODI vs Test Cricket

    Test and ODI are two different formats in the sport of Cricket. Following are differences between Test and ODI Cricket Match.

    ODI

    ODI Cricket

    1. ODI is also called as One Day International.
    2. ODI Format was started in 1970’s.
    3. ODI cricket is played with White Colored ball.
    4. ODI cricket is played either as a Day Match or Day and Night Match.
    5. In ODI Cricket Match, Each player wears a Colored Clothing outfit.
    6. Each team plays 50 overs of bowling and batting
    7. Each bowler can bowl only 10 overs (MAX).
    8. ODI match has 2 innings. Each inning played by a Team
    9. ODI game is completed in around 7 hours of time
    10. A team can win or loss the match and in case of a tied match, both the teams ends up on a same score. Both teams share 1 points each.

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    Difference between Cricket and Baseball

    Baseball vs Cricket

    Cricket and Baseball are two different sports. Both are similar but are played in different geographical locations and have some differences. Following are the Differences between Cricket and Baseball.

    Cricket

    Cricket

    1. Cricket is a bat-and-ball sport played in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Asian Countries and Caribbean Island Countries.
    2. Cricket was invented by British (England).
    3. Each team consists of 11 players.
    4. Cricket game has both batting and fielding or bowling.
    5. Each team has 10 wickets in hand.
    6. At any moment of time only 2 batsmens do batting.
    7. The player who has the ball is called a pitcher.
    8. Batting team tries scores as much as runs possible in the alloted number of overs and Bowling team tries to restrict the number of runs to minimal by taking wickets.
    9. A team wins the game if they score 1 run more than the other team or the team that restricts the other team by scoring the number of runs.
    10. If the Cricket match is tied, The same number of points are awarded to both the teams. This is in case of Test or ODI. In case of T20, a super over is played to decide the winner of the Cricket Match.

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    Difference between T20 and ODI

    ODI vs T20

    T20 and ODI are two different formats in the sport of Cricket. Following are differences between T20 and ODI.

    T20

    1. T20 is also called as Twenty20 Cricket.
    2. T20 is the latest format in Cricket.
    3. Each team plays 20 overs of bowling and batting
    4. T20 game is completed in around 3 hours of time
    5. Each bowler can bowl only 4 overs.
    6. There is only one Powerplay which is from 1st over to 6th over.
    7. If the T20 match is tied on same score then a super over is played to decide the winner of the T20 Match.

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    Difference between ePad and iPad

    iPad vs ePad

    Dream ePad 10 Plus and iPad both are Tablets developed by Pioneer Computers Australia and Apple respectively. ePad has been launched to compete with Apple’s iPad. Following are the differences between ePad and iPad in Specifications

    ePad

    DreamBook-ePad-10-Plus-Pioneer-Computers

    1. Display : 10-inch touchscreen display
    2. Resolution : 1024 X 768
    3. Processor : 1.0GHz ARM11
    4. Memory : 512MB RAM
    5. Storage : 4GB
    6. Front Camera : none
    7. Rear Camera : none
    8. WiFi : 802.11b/g/n
    9. Bluetooth : none
    10. Supports built-out keyboard and mouse
    11. Thickness : 13.4mm
    12. Weight : 700g and 272 x 170 x 10 mm in Dimensions

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