C++ Structures and Classes - Explain the difference between structures and classes.

Explain the difference between structures and classes.

It is a value type.It is a reference type.
Its object is created on the stack memory.Its object is created on the heap memory.
It does not support inheritance.It supports inheritance.
The member variable of structure cannot be initialized directly.The member variable of class can be initialized directly.
It can have only parameterized constructor.It can have all the types of constructor and destructor.
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