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Whats the main difference between a microprocessor and a microcontroller ?
asked Nov 24, 2015 in Computer Science - IT by django (85 points) | 54 views

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A microprocessor with integration of input output device together is microcontroller. Microcontroller is the advance form of Microprocessor both speed, memory and in other measures..
answered Dec 7, 2015 by Arka (109 points)
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In simple language a microprocessor does not contains CPU, RAM , ROM ..or I/O pins..but whereas a microcontroller has CPU, RAM , ROM and Input output pins .
answered Dec 7, 2015 by Shivam (-1 points)
processor incorporates CPU  ,then how come you can say that it  dont have CPU ?  "In simple language a microprocessor does not contains CPU, RAM , ROM ..or I/O pins..but whereas a microcontroller has CPU, RAM , ROM and Input output pins "
If so please  put  some reference links for your  justification..
simple language doesnt miss important points :)