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ADHD vs Aspergers

What are the differences between those two? As far as I can tell, there are only two:

(1)
Aspergers: people with Aspergers tend to focus on one task for a long time and don't stop.
ADD / ADHD: people with ADD rarely do that.

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Aspergers tend to be socially awkward, for lack of a more politically correct word.

ADD / ADHD: not necessarily
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