Let us C solutions of chapter 3; the Decision control is regarding the if-else structure of the C programming language. If-else is decision-making syntax used to execute some code if some condition is true; otherwise, run some other lines of codes.
There is likely no meaningful program written in which a computer does not demonstrate basic decision-making skills. It can actually be argued that there is no meaningful human activity in which some sort of decision-making, instinctual or otherwise, does not take place.
A conditional is a statement that instructs the computer to execute a certain block of code or alter certain data only if a specific condition has been met. The most common conditional is the If-Else statement, with conditional expressions and Switch-Case statements typically used as more shorthanded methods.