This example was created as a preface to another example where we
intend to discuss the back-end compatibility of C++ with C language.
IDEs like NetBeans and Eclipse, allow developers to add plug-ins to
create C++ projects. In Eclipse, the header file, “#include <iostream>”,
will let us use printf() or exit() functions of C language.
The goto statement in C/C++
languages is a jump statement which allows the cursor to jump from
one point to another point within a function. The goto
statement is marked by label statement, can be alpha-numeric and you
can't use integer alone. This statement can be used anywhere in the
function above or below the goto statement, and with this
statement you may skip embedded instructions.