Welcome to a tutorial page on how to use a Switch statement within Java.
What is a Switch statement?
A Switch statement is used to check multiple cases or conditions for a particular instance. In Java 7, switch statements can be used for Strings and Integers whereas older versions of Java can only use Integers in a switch statement.
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In this part you will learn:
1. C syntax
2. Switch Statement
3. For Loop
In this tutorial I will teach you about Switch statements and some basics of For loop. The first program is related to switch statement. The second and third program is about for loop.
This tutorial is on how to use Switch statements in C#.
A switch statement allows a single variable or static piece of data to be checked for mulitple conditions, essentially like a long 'else if' statement but a lot more compact and with slightly more flexability.
To use a switch statement there are a few other keywords we need to learn first, one of which is 'case'.
In this tutorial, we will create a program that can get the name of the country by inputting the capital city using the switch function.
Now, let's start this tutorial!
1. Let's start with creating a Windows Form Application for this tutorial by following the following steps in Microsoft Visual Studio: Go to File, click New Project, and choose Windows Application.