Control Structures in C | Control statements in C

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Control Structures in C

Control structure are C language statements used to control or change the flow of a program.  Control structures are divided into three categories:

  • Selection Statements
  • Iterative/Looping Statements
  • Jumping Statements

1. Selection statements

Selection statements execute a set of statements depending upon some Condition. They are categorized into two types:



2. Looping statements

They are used to repeat a set of statements depending upon some condition. They are categorized into three types:



3. Jumping statements

They are used to transfer the pointer of program control from one point to another point within a program. There are categorized into three types.

  • break
  • continue
  • goto




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