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    PNG v/s JPG

    Please explain difference between PNG and JPG?

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    Portable Network Graphics or PNG is a lossless compression file format, its a common choice for use on the Web. PNG is a good choice for storing line drawings, text, and iconic graphics at a small file size while Joint Photographic Experts Group or JPG is a lossy compressed file format. It is more useful for storing photographs at a smaller size.

    JPEGs are for photographs and realistic images. PNGs are for line art, text-heavy images, and images with few colors.

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    This is image file format. PNG means portable network graphics and JPG means joint photographic experts group.

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    In short png's size is very less and supports transparent background and jpeg is the exact opposite its size is huge and doesnt support transparency.

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