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Difference between C and C++

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C does not allow the use of reference variablesC++ allows the use of reference variables
C does not support Exception HandlingC++ supports Exception Handling
C does not support function overloadingC++ supports function overloading
C follows the procedural programming paradigmC++ is a multi-paradigm language(procedural as well as object oriented)
C is function-drivenC++ is object-driven
C uses the top-down approachC++ uses the bottom-up approach
In case of C, the data is not securedwhile the data is secured(hidden) in C++
The NAMESPACE feature in C is absentThe NAMESPACE feature in C++ is present
We can not use functions inside structures in CWe can use functions inside structures in C++
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