Both Java programming language and C++ are object-oriented programming languages, yet there are contrasts between them. Regardless, Java is an OOP language; accordingly, everything is a protest in Java (single root chain of command as everything gets got from java.lang.Object). Despite what might be expected. In C++, there is no such root chain of command. C++ underpins both procedural and object-oriented programming; in this way, it is known as a hybrid.
|Java is platform independent||C++ is platform dependent|
|There are no pointers in java||There are pointers in C++|
|There is no operator overloading in java||C ++ has operator overloading|
|There is garbage collection in java||There is no garbage collection|
|Supports multi-threading||Doesn’t support multi-threading|
|There are no templates in java||There are templates in java|
|There are no global variables in java||There are global variables in c++|