C# : Goto Statements – Part 28 | C# Tutorial


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In this video, we will discuss:
Goto Statements

static void Main(string[] args)
for (int i =0; i smaller than 10; i++) // use angle bracket symbol at the place of greater than
if(i = = 5)
goto exitLabel;
Console.WriteLine(“statement after for loop”);
Console.WriteLine(“statement after label”);

⭐️ Contents ⭐️
⌨️ C# Essentials
⌨️ Introduction to C#
⌨️ C# Version History
⌨️ Code Execution
⌨️ Installing and Configuring Visual Studio
⌨️ Creating and running a console application
⌨️ Variables and Data Types
⌨️ Type Casting or Type Conversions
⌨️ Console Application Adding two Numbers
⌨️ Data Type
⌨️ Types of Data Type
⌨️ Safe Type Casting with IS and AS Operator
⌨️ Different Types of Operators
⌨️ Operators precedence
⌨️ Conditional Statements
⌨️ If Statement
⌨️ if Else Statement
⌨️ If Else If Statement
⌨️ Switch statement

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