Although both calloc and malloc allocates a chunk of memory from heap, Calloc() allocates memory with elements initialized to 0 whereas malloc() allocates memory which is never initialized to zero. Thus memory values returned by malloc contains junk, random or previously used values. Also calloc() may be used to create arrays dynamically whereas malloc() generally creates Structures.
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