What is the difference between fifo and the memory?
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Fifo(First In Last Out) is a memory sturcture where datas can be stored and retrived (in the order of its entery only). This is a queue,wheras Memory is a storage device which can hold datas dynamically or at any desired locations and can be retrived in any order.
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Answer / guest
fifo means first in first out data.
but memory we can access data from any where.
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Answer / pankaj
FIFO(first in first out) is the approach/method to store the
Where as memory is the data storage device.
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Answer / vaishnavi
RAM contains address
FIFO doesn't contain address
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Answer / ayan
memory only stored data,
fifo is process to retrive and put the data.
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Answer / techie
We can build FIFO using memory blocks (at a more granular
level using a series of registers). One of the structure we
can use for storing and retrieving data would be FIFO(First
In First Out). Other structure could be a Stack which is a
First In Last out kind of implementation. Similarity between
them is that they are used of data storage.
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