The switch statement in C#
Posted by Gizmosis350k
Last Updated: April 02, 2012
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using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;

namespace Ch04Ex03
{
    class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        { const string  myName = "karli";
          const string  sexyName ="angelina";
          const string  sillyName = "ploppy";
            string name;
            Console.WriteLine ("What is your name?");
            name = Console.ReadLine ();
            switch (name.ToLower())
            {case myName:
                    Console.WriteLine ("You have the same name as me!");
                    break;
                case sexyName:
                    Console.WriteLine ("My, what a very sexy name! [o_o]");
                    break;
                case sillyName:
                    Console.WriteLine ("My, what a rather silly name you have! (wtf is this person thinking rofl)");
                    break;
            }
            Console.WriteLine ("Hello {0} !", name);
            Console.ReadKey ();


        }
    }
}



A very innovative branching and conditional logic method in C#.
A bit tricky to implement in all situations, but very useful and concise.
The switch statement apparently makes code more readable by preventing the use of "ultra-nested" code (super indented) that would be generated if
soloing a program with if and else statements alone.

   
  
 
 
   

 
 
Glad to see ur taking C# seriously....... O_O
 
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