(a) The three types of loops available in C are for, while, and do-while.
(b) A break statement takes the execution control out of the loop.
(c) A continue statement skips the execution of the statements after it and takes the control through the next cycle of the loop.
(d) A do-while loop is used to ensure that the statements within the loop are executed at least once.
(e) The ++ operator increments the oprand by 1, whereas, the — operator decrements it by 1.
(f) The operator +=, *=, /=, %= are compound assignment operators. They modify the value of the operand to the left of them.