C# Programming videos | C# Part 8 - Switch Statements

Posted by Andrew Gould on 03 November 2014

A C# Switch Statement allows you to test if a value falls into one of a number of discrete categories. This video teaches you how to write simple Switch statements including how to add case labels, how to use the default case, several techniques to avoid falling-through cases and how to assign multiple labels to the same block of statements.

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