Statements






Statements

In C#, a complete program instruction is called a statement and each statement ends with a semicolon (;) . Programs consist of sequences of statements such as:

    int myVariable;                   // a statement
    myVariable = 23;                  // another statement
    int anotherVariable = myVariable; // yet another statement

The compiler starts at the beginning of a source code file and reads down, executing statement after statement in the order encountered. This would be entirely straightforward, and terribly limiting, were it not for branching . Branching allows you to change the order in which statements are evaluated. See Chapter 5 for more information about branching.



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