Code switching and code mixing

What is the difference between code switching and code mixing?

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Concurrent use of more than one language in the same sentence of a conversation is known as code switching as

Code mixing refers to mixing of two or more languages in a speech.It occur within a multilingual setting where speakers share more than one language.

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