I'm a newbie to electricity and electronics in general. I've been reading about the principles and have a basic understanding of them. I'm also diving into creating my first basic circuits with Proteus VSM to be able to simulate them and hopefully understand and learn in the process.
The reason I'm mentioning this is that if there's any logical mistake in my question, I'd be awesome if you could point me towards what I need to read about.
My setup: I have a basic circuit using two digital-output MCU pins (using an arduino, two pins in OUTPUT mode), a resistor and a LED that lights up as soon as I run my simulation.
I'm simulating this with Proteus VSM although I believe this question is generic.
My doubt: Proteus VSM allows you to configure the resistor and LED as either analog or digital.
Is there a difference between those setting for resistors and LEDs? Do these components exist in digital and analog versions?