Difference Between C and C++


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Difference Between C and C++

C++ is the extension of C language, in C++ you not only use new feature but also use C features. The main difference between C and C++ is,C is the function or procedure oriented programming language and C++ is the object oriented programming language.

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C is the function or procedure programming language.C++ is the object oriented programming language.
Top down approach is used in C.Bottom up approach is used in C++.
C is less secure than C++C++ is secure, because oop's concept is available. Here Data is hidden and can't be accessed by external functions.
In C programming variable declaration is possible only top of program.In C++ you can any where declare variable.
In C, namespace feature is not available.In C++, namespace feature is present.
C is a middle level language.C++ is a high level language.
In this programming, programs are divided into modules and functions.In this programming, programs are divided into classes and functions.
Here no exception handling concept is availableIt support exception handling concept.
C uses scanf() and printf() function for standard input and output.C++ uses cin>> and cout<< for standard input and output.
Features like function overloading and operator overloading is not present.C++ supports function overloading and operator overloading.
C program file is saved with .C extension.C++ program file is saved with .CPP extension.

Variable declaration in C and C++.

In C programming variable declaration is possible only top of the program but in case of C++ you can declare variable any where in the program.

Example Variable Declaration in C++

int i;
for(i=10; i<10; i++)

Example

for(int i=10; i<10; i++)

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