Java is an interpreted language, which means it is “translated” to binary at the time of execution. This allows it to run on any operating system regardless of where it was written. C++ is a compiled language, which means your program is compiled on a specific operating system and runs only on that particular operating system. If you want it compatible with another operating system, you must compile your program on it.
Like most high-level programming languages, Java supports garbage collection for automated memory management. In C++, you have to manage memory manually with the help of designated operators and pointers.
Pointers are a C++ construct that allows you to manage values directly in memory spaces. Java does not support pointers, so you are only able to pass values using value references.
Most object-oriented languages follow a singly rooted hierarchy where all classes must descend from other classes except for a single root class that descends from no one. Java follows this single inheritance system. Because C++ is both procedural and object oriented, it doesn’t follow a specific root hierarchy.
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