This chapter starts by describing some of the basic types of executable statements in C including assignment statements and procedure calls, empty statements, and compound statements.
The chapter goes on to explain the logical relations in C and supports the explanation with an example program.
Other C statements such as the if...else statement and the switch construct are introduced as techniques of controlling the flow of the program during execution. The while construct, on the other hand, allows the repetition of a segment of a program.
Lastly, the chapter describes several string functions and operations which allows for the manipulation of strings of characters.
Have a look at the sample programs for this chapter
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