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What is the main difference between 8086 and 8088 microprocessor according to the pin configuration?

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The 8086 has a 16 bit bus, while the 8088 has an 8 bit bus. In both A0 through A7 are shared as D0 through D7. The the 8086, A8 through A15 is also shared as D8 through D15.
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