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what is difference between structure and classes

19th Jun 2016, 5:56 PM
Dev!L - avatar
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A struct is syntactically similar to a class and both create a class type. In the C language a struct can contain only data memebers but this limitation does not apply to C++. In C++ the struct is essentially just an alternative way to specify a class. In fact, in C++ the only difference between a class and a struct is that by default all members are public in a struct and private in a class. In all other aspects structures and classes are equivalent.
19th Jun 2016, 6:06 PM
Sardor - avatar
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structures do allow that. First declare a class add data and functions and then change the keyword class to struct. It will still work
19th Jun 2016, 7:44 PM
Sardor - avatar
classes let you declare functions in them as well as let you define who can access these functions and member variables. structures don't
19th Jun 2016, 7:42 PM
Mandar Wagh
Mandar Wagh - avatar