||C follows the procedural style programming.
||C++ is multi-paradigm. It supports both procedural and object oriented.
||Data is less secured in C.
||In C++, you can use modifiers for class members to make it inaccessible for outside users.
||C follows the top-down approach.
||C++ follows the bottom-up approach.
||C does not support function overloading.
||C++ supports function overloading.
||In C, you can't use functions in structure.
||In C++, you can use functions in structure.
||C does not support reference variables.
||C++ supports reference variables.
||In C, scanf() and printf() are mainly used for input/output.
||C++ mainly uses stream cin and cout to perform input and output operations.
||Operator overloading is not possible in C.
||Operator overloading is possible in C++.
||C programs are divided into procedures and modules
||C++ programs are divided into functions and classes.
||C does not provide the feature of namespace.
||C++ supports the feature of namespace.
||Exception handling is not easy in C. It has to perform using other functions.
||C++ provides exception handling using Try and Catch block.