What is the difference between classes and labels in machine learning?

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I am confused between both the terminologies as they are used together as well
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Classes and Labels are almost similar things. However, Labels are associated with each and every instance but classes cater to a group of instances within them.

To classify something you'll have to label it, so they are similar terms but with different scopes.
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Classes and Labels both are almost same things in Machine Learning. However, Labels are compatriot with each and every instance but classes cater to a group of instances within them.

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