Difference between TCP and IP?

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The difference between transmission control protocol(TCP) and internet protocol(IP) is that TCP is one of the internet protocols that provides reliable ordered delivery of a stream of data from one program to another program on different computers connected in one network while IP is the protocol used for relaying data across network. There are two forms of IP protocols namely Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) and the latest known as Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv6).
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