The statements in C# are very similar to those of C and C++. This chapter covers the characteristics of a C# statement, as well as the flow-of-control statements provided by the language.
A statement is a source code instruction describing a type or telling the program to perform an action.
There are three major categories of statements, as follows:
Declaration statements: Statements that declare types or variables
Embedded statements: Statements that perform actions or manage flow of control
Labeled statements: Statements to which control can jump
Previous chapters have covered a number of different declaration statements, including declarations of local variables, classes, and class members. This chapter will ...