C V/S C++ Language
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- April 8, 2019 at 11:24 am #55581
The main difference between C and C++ is that C is a procedural programming language and does not support classes and objects, while C++ is a combination of both procedural and object-oriented programming language; therefore C++ can be called a hybrid language.
C Programming Language:
1) The C language follows the procedural style programming.
2) In C, the methods scanf() and printf() are mainly used for input or output.
3) Data is less secure in C as compared to C++.
4) C also does not support reference variables.
5) There is no scope for function overloading in C.
6) The user cannot use functions in a structure in the case of C.
7) The C language follows the top-down approach.
C++ Programming Language:
1) C++ is a multi-paradigm programming language. It supports both procedural and object-oriented styles of programming.
2) The C++ language mainly uses streams CIN and COUT to perform the input and output operations.
3) In the case of C++, you can use modifiers for class members to make it inaccessible for outside users. Thus, the data is more secure in C++.
4) C++ supports the use of reference variables.
5) C++ supports function overloading.
6) In the case of C++, the user can use functions in structure.
7) The C++ language follows the bottom-up approach.
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