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A code is a rigid regulation.

A convention is an agreement worked out by all the parties involved for conducting a specific procedure. It is not as rigid as a code  because the agreement can easily be revised by all the parties involved.

Your question is still ambiguous. But to answer generally, a code refers to a collection of all the specific rules in a particular area and they are generally binding

A convention on the other hand may mean a treaty or an established practice which are generally adhered.


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