C++ vs Java

C ++ and Java both are two different programming languages which depend upon object-oriented concept. Although we can say that both have almost the same characteristics, but still there are differences between Java and C ++ and we will know them. Below are some differences between Java and C ++.

1) C ++ was originally designed for the programming of systems and applications, while Java was initially created as an interpreter for printing systems.

2) Another difference between java and c ++ is that the main functionality of Java is independence of the platform, you can use digital signatures.

3) Unlike C ++, Java does not support pointers, multiple inheritance, global variables, templates or classes. That is, C ++ supports multiple inheritance, while Java does not.

4). C ++ uses pointers and has memory leaks, while Java does not. Other differences between java and c ++ is that c ++ includes operator overload and user-defined molds. 

5) In C ++ you can write object-oriented, non-object-oriented programs, or mix them together (for example, have classes with global functions in the same program). But Java is purely object-oriented; any function must belong to some class (it is a method). 

6) C ++: the compiler generates machine code for a specific platform but in Java, the compiler generates machine code for the JVM processor.

7) In C ++: both types of overload exist but in Java, there is only the overload of functions.

So from above, it is clear that both languages are object-oriented but still different from each other