Differences between C++ (CPP) and C programming languages

The differences between two major high level languages C and C++ are as follows:

C ++ was founded by Bjarne Stroustrup in 1979. C was founded by Dennis Ritchie between 1969 and 1973 in AT&T Bell Labs.
C ++ supports polymorphism, encapsulation, and inheritance because it is the language of object-focused planning. C does not support polymorphism , encapsulation, and inheritance which means that C does not support object-oriented programming.
C ++ is a super-set of  C. C can be run by C ++ but C can not execute C ++ codes. C is a subset of C ++.
C ++ contains 52 keywords. C contains 32 keywords.
C ++ is known as a hybrid language because
C ++ supports both procedural paradigms and object-oriented.
To improve code, C supports procedural programming.
Data and functions are grouped together in the form of C ++ object Data and functions are separated by C because it is procedural programming language.
Data is encrypted by -Encapsulation to ensure that data structures and operators are used as intended. C does not support encryption.
Built-in and user-defined data types are supported on C ++. Built-in data types are based on C.
C ++ is an object-driven language because an object-oriented program. C is an function driven because C is procedural programming language.
Function and user overload. ding is supported by C ++. User function and overload are not supported in C.
C ++ object driven language. C is a function driven language
Tasks can be used inside a building in C ++. Tasks in C are not defined within buildings.
NAMESPACE is used by C ++, which avoids word conflicts. Word space features are not within C.
header file is iostream.h.header file is stdio.h.
Reference variables are supported by C ++. References are not supported
Virtual and friend functions are supported. Virtual and friend functions not supported .
C ++ supports inheritance. C does not support inheritance.
C ++ is focused data instead of focusing on a method or process. Instead of focusing on data, C focuses on the process or expert. cess.
C ++ provides a new memory sharing operator and removes the memory sharing operator. C provides functions: malloc() and calloc() for dynamic memory allocation(DMA), and free () for memory deletion.
Different management is supported by C ++. Direct support for different management is not supported in C.
cin and cout are used input / output in C ++. scanf and printf functions are input / output in -C.

These are some prominient differences between C++ and C programming languages. See you in next tutorial where we will actually enter into the topics.