From all the other Q&A (like: What is the difference between dpkg and aptitude/apt-get?) I understand that
apt-get is a wrapper over
dpkg and provides dependency management.
Assuming I'm installing something that doesn't have any dependencies (or they're also installed at the same time) would there be any difference between installing it using
E.g. (kinda concrete differences I'm looking for)
dpkgcan not download the pkg from somewhere, I must download before starting installation, whereas
apt-getwill do this on my behalf.
dpkgwon't configure pkg, it'll only copy files.
apt-getwill configure too.