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Programming in C: A Practical Approach, First Edition by Ajay Mittal

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3

Statements

Learning Objectives

In this chapter, you will learn about:

  • Statements
  • How statements are classified
  • Non-executable statements and executable
  • statements
  • Simple statements and compound statements
  • Declaration statement and definition statement
  • Null statement and expression statements
  • Labeled statements
  • Flow control statements
  • How to implement decision making
  • Selection statements and jump statements
  • How to perform iteration
  • Iteration statements
  • Role of break and continue statements
  • Graphical representation of flow of control

3.1 Introduction

In the last chapter, you have learnt how to form and evaluate expressions. In C language, the expressions do not have any independent existence. To make them exist, they must be converted ...

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