|It is not purely object oriented programming language.
||It is purely Object Oriented programming language.
|Pointers are available in C++
||No pointers in Java
|Programmer is responsible for memory allocating and de-allocating.
||JVM is responsible for memory allocating and de-allocating.
|C++ has goto statements
||No goto statements
|C++ supports operator overloading
||Java does not support operator overloading
|C++ supports multiple inheritance
||Java does not support multiple inheritance ,but there is way we can achieve it.(using interfaces)
|C++ supports #define,#typedef and header files
||Java doesn’t not have header files,but there is way to achieve it.(using import)
|C++ has 3 access specifiers private,protected and public
||Java has 4 access specifiers default,public,protected,private
|C++ has constructors and destructors
||Only constructors are available in Java.