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Start Here!™ Fundamentals of Microsoft® .NET Programming by Rod Stephens

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Summary

Programming languages provide several statements to let you control the flow of execution. Looping statements, such as the For Each and While statements, cause a program to execute the same code many times. Conditional statements, such as the If and Case statements, let a program take different actions depending on the circumstances.

Many languages also provide other statements that let you break the normal flow of control provided by the standard control statements. Examples include the Return statement, which causes execution to exit a routine early, and the Exit and Continue statements, which end or repeat a loop early. Very few programmers use the Go To statement regularly.

This chapter described each of these statements using pseudocode, ...

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