The program flow in high - level languages is sequential. A program is usually not limited to a linear sequence of instructions. Therefore there is a use of control structures that serve to specify what to do with our program and how.
C++ provides statemets to perform efficiently and effectively. Such statements are called program control statements. These are selection statements ( if and switch), iteration statements (for, while and do-while) and jump statements such as (return, goto, exit(), break and continue)
Statements are instructions given to the computer to perform an action such as moving data, taking decisions or repeating actions. LEARN MORE>>