C switch...case Statement

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C switch...case Statement

The switch...case statement executes a block of code depending on different cases.


switch(expression){ case x: // code block case y: // code block default: // code block }

Example Program

Note: The statements under default will be executed when no match is found in cases.

C Compiler
#include <stdio.h> int main() { int num = 5; char *txt= ".com"; switch(num){ case 0: txt = "zero"; break; case 1: txt = "One"; break; case 2: txt = "Two"; break; default: txt = "no match"; } printf("Text is %s",txt); return 0; }


Text is no match

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