Difference Between C and C++

Difference between C and C++: In this post, we are going to learn the differences between C and C++ programming languages.



C programming language C++ Programming language
It is a procedural programming language. This programming language is known as multi-paradigm because it supports both procedural and object-oriented programming language.
Uses scanf() and printf() are used for input and output statements. We use cin and cout for performing both input and output operations.
These programs have been divided into procedures and modules The programs are divided into classes and functions.
Data is less secured in this language. In this language, we can use the “modifiers” for class members to make it inaccessible for outside users.
Operator overloading is not possible in this language. Operator overloading is possible.
It follows a top-down approach It follows the bottom-up approach.
We cannot use the functions in structures. We can use functions in structures.
It does not provide the features of namespaces It supports the features of namespaces
And also it will not support reference variables supports reference variables
It doesn’t support function overloading Supports function overloading
Exception handling should be performed with other functions. So it’s not an easy task Also provides exception handling by using try and catch block.