Control Flow Statements in C++ Programming

In a programming language, statements, or structures that are used to control the flow of execution of programs are called control statements (structures).

A program is a group of structures. Row Wise is written in the Structure program, but at the time of execution, their execution doesn’t need to be from top to bottom. The computer cannot make decisions on its own, gets it done as per the instructions of the programmer to take decisions.

The execution section of the Structure in the computer and the statements that are used for decisions are called Control-flow Statements.


Types of Control Statements in c++ programming
Branching or Conditional Structure
if-else statements
Switch Statements
Else if Statement
Iterative or looping Structure
While Loop
Do-while loop
For loop
Nested loop
Sequential Control Flow Structure
jump statements
Break statement
Continue statement
Go to statement