Define jumps and loops , Basic Computer Science

The unconditional jumps in a written program in assembler language are specified by the jmp instruction; a jump is to moves the flow of the execution of a program by sending the control to the designated address.
A loop, known also as iteration, is the reappearance of a process a certain number of times until a condition is satisfied.
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