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I'm new to programming and coding and I'm just now learning about packet switching and circuit switching. They're confusing to me. Can someone tell me what the difference between the two are?

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  1. Circuit Switching is connection oriented that means a path is established between source and destination before the transmission occurs. On the other hand, Packet Switching is Connectionless that means a dynamic route is decided for each packet while transmission.
  2. Circuit Switching was originally designed for voice communication whereas, Packet Switching was originally designed for data communication.
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