Go is a procedural programming language. Programs are assembled using packages. It supports environment adopting patterns similar to dynamic languages.
C++ is an object oriented programming language. C++ is quiet fast, reliable and secure. It is most widely used language as well.
Following are the important differences between Go and C++.
|1||Type||Go is a procedural programming language and supports patterns similar to dynamic languages.||C++ is an object oriented programming language.|
|2||Supports for Class||Go has no support for class with constructors.||C++ has support for class with constructors.|
|3||Garbage Collection||Go has automatic garbage collection.||C++ has not provided automatic garbage collection.|
|4||Inheritance||Go has no support for inheritance.||C++ supports inheritance.|
|5||Implicit Type Conversion||Go has no support implicit type conversion.||C++ has implicit type conversion support.|
|6||Function Overloading||Go has no support for function overloading.||C++ supports function overloading.|
|7||Generics||Go has no support for generics.||C++ supports for generics.|
|8||Channel||Go supports channel.||C++ has no support for channel.|
|9||While Statements||Go has no do-while or while statements.||C++ has do-while and while statements.|
|10||Header Files||Go programs uses packages.||C++ programs uses header files.|
|11||Const/Volatile||Go does not support const or volatile modifiers.||C++ have const and volatile modifiers.|