A control structure is a programming block that analyses variables and determines a course of action depending on provided parameters. The word "flow control" refers to the program's path (which way programme control "flows"). As a result, it is the most fundamental computer decision-making process; it is a prediction.
Control structure with a sequential order.
Control framework for selection.
Control framework for iteration.
The default control structure is sequence, in which instructions are performed one after the other. To discover the roots of a quadratic equation ax2 + bx + c = 0, they might do a sequence of arithmetic operations, assigning results to variables.
Control Structures are the building elements of computing decision-making systems. They alter programme flow and allow us to create complicated sets of instructions from basic building parts.
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