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• Structures are Values types while Classes are Reference types. • In structure values stored in stack while in class value's reference stored in heap. • In structure direct values is stored while in class reference to a value is stored. • Inheritance is supported in classes while structure doesn't support. • We cannot declare destructor in structure whereas in class it is possible. • We can't have explicitly parameter less constructors in structure whereas classes can have. • Class can have protected members while structure can't have. • Structure is declared by using struct keyword while class is declared by using Class keyword. • Structures don't have memory management while classes have due to garbage collector. • New operator works in classes while not in structure.