In computer science, “branching” is a set of instructions. You’re basically asking the computer to execute various parts of your program instead of executing it one-by-one and in order.
In high-level languages, you can implement branching through control flow statements:
You can even implement branching to the computer’s bare metal, such as its CPU. However, these instructions are much simpler in scope than those in high-level languages.
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