C – switch statement1 min read

A switch statement allows a variable to be tested for equality against multiple values and each of those values is called a case. It can be used instead of nested if...else.

Switch expression and case value must be of the same type. There must be at least one case or multiple cases with unique case values. In the end, it can have a default case which is optional that is executed if no cases are matched.

Syntax

Syntax of switch statement in C:

Switch statement Flowchart:

switch statement

Example of switch statement in C.

The output of switch statement in C.


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