What's the difference between MIPS and ARM instruction sets?

Both, ARM and MIPS, are based on Reduced Instruction Set Computing ( RISC) and they are in register-register type. Both the instructions sets have 32 bit/64 bit fixed instruction size (address space) and both the instruction sets can be configured to big endianness as well as little endianness. Both architectures support backward compatibility.
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