Difference between methods – onClick.AddListener and On Click under UI button inspector?

Within my Unity Project in my code, (see below), I have a button called Check which executes when CheckPress() function is called. I read two approaches by which this can be done.

Appraoch 1: Using Check.onClick.AddListener(CheckPress); and then attaching script to Canvas. When I press run and click the Check button, this works.

Approach 2: The other approach I read is that, I can attach my script to Canvas. From there I select the button Check from hierarchy, then under inspector I see On Click(), I click + sign and then drag the Canvas and place it in Object (see the attached image), then under No Function I select the CheckButtonBehaviour Script and select the CheckPress(). When I press run and click the Check button, this also works as intended.

I wanted to know if these two approaches are same or different. If they are different, then in which context either approach should be implemented.

using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Collections; using UnityEngine; using UnityEngine.UI; using System.IO; using System.Threading; using UnityEditor; using System.Text; using System.Net; using System.Net.Sockets; using System; using System.Linq;   public class CheckButtonBehaviour : MonoBehaviour {  public Button Check; public Button Play; public Button NextSignal;  public List<string> signals = new List<string> {"Speech1", "Speech2", "Speech3", "Speech4"}; public List<string> shuffledSignals = new List<string>(); public int index = 1; public int counter = 3;   private static int localPort; private string IP;   public int port = 8050; IPEndPoint remoteEndPoint; UdpClient client;   void Start() {          var rndr = new System.Random();     shuffledSignals = signals.OrderBy(i => rndr.Next()).ToList();      IP = "127.0.0.1";     port = 8050;     remoteEndPoint = new IPEndPoint(IPAddress.Parse(IP), port);     client = new UdpClient();     Play.gameObject.SetActive(false);     NextSignal.gameObject.SetActive(false);      Check.onClick.AddListener(CheckPress);  }  public void CheckPress()     {           byte[] data0 = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("starting"); ///OLD CODE part     client.Send(data0, data0.Length, remoteEndPoint);     Debug.Log("<color=blue>Something is sent to MAX</color> : starting");      Check.gameObject.SetActive(true);     Check.interactable = false;     Check.enabled = false;      Play.gameObject.SetActive(true);     NextSignal.gameObject.SetActive(true);      }