Flow of Control Statements

Flow of control statements allow programs to execute statements in some fashion other than one right after another. Programs with only sequential flow are unable to respond to unusual situations, do anything more than once, or many other interesting things.
There are several kinds of statements that alter the normal flow of control, each of which has its own exhibits. Consider one of the following:
a) An introduction to flow of control
b) The compound statement
c) Decision statements. Choose one of several alternatives. The most common is the if statement, but there is also a switch/case.
d) Looping statements. There are three statements that provide repetitive execution, with several variations.
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x) Exit to the C++ Foyer

Links:
An Introduction to Flow of Control
The Compound Statement
Decision Statements
Looping Statements
C++ foyer