Control flow and program logic are of the most important parts of a programming language’s dynamic behavior. In this section, I’ll cover control flow in C#. Most of the condition and looping statements in C# comes from c and C++. Those who are familiar with java will recognize most of them, as well.
The if . . .else Statement
The if . . .else statement is inherited from C and C++. The if . . .else statement is also known as a conditional statement. For example:
The if. . .section of the statement or statement block is executed when the condition is true; if it’s false, control goes to the else statement or statement block. You can have a nested if . . .else statement with one of more else blocks.