1>In C: structure is just data container.
In C++: structure is almost identical to class. There is only one difference between structure and class in C++ : data members in structure are by default public, and in class they are by default private.
2>In c structure
~we can not have access specifiers
~can not contain functions
But in c++
~we can specify data as a public , private and protected
The syntax for using a struct is different in C than C++:
In C++ struct is a type, and can be referred to much like an int. Not so in C.
Actually it is also a type, except that you have to prefix every use
of the name with the keyword “struct” unless you declare it as a
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