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What is the difference between C and C++?- firstname.lastname@example.org February 02, 2022 in United States
The main difference between C and C++ are provided
C is a procedure-oriented programming language. C++ is an object-oriented programming language.
C does not support data hiding. Data is hidden by encapsulation to ensure that data structures and operators are used as intended.
C is a subset of C++ ,C++ is a superset of C.
Function and operator overloading are not supported in C. Function and operator overloading is supported in C++
Namespace features are not present in C Namespace is used by C++, which avoids name collisions.
Functions can not be defined inside structures. Functions can be defined inside structures.
calloc() and malloc() functions are used for memory allocation and free() function is used for memory deallocation. new operator is used for memory allocation and deletes operator is used for memory deallocation.
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