If you are speaking in terms of Mathematics:
Whole Numbers is a set of numbers starting from 0 to infinity.
While Normal Counting or Natural Numbers start from 1 to infinity and they do not contain zero.
Whole numbers are without decimal places. And they contain +ve numbers only.
If there is a set that contains -ve numbers also, then it becomes a Set of Integers.
A whole number is a POSITIVE number with no decimals or fractions. It is simply this: 0,1,2,3,4,5... and so on.
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