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The Von Neuman architecture is based on the stored-program principle. 

This principle describes a computer system with the following components:

1.  A processing unit - this contains the arithmetic logic unit and processor registers

2. Control unit - contains the instruction registers and program counters

3. Memory - stores instruction data

4. External mass storage - for external data storage

5. Input and output procedure - for data input and output

Read about the stored-program concept here > https://cpentalk.com/1794/architecture-neumanns-architecture-breakthrough-designing


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