In this tutorial, we will write a program on menu driven in java using switch statement along with source code. The switch case is mostly used when it is necessary to give options to the users. If you do not know the working process of the switch case statement then click the link below.

Java Menu-driven Program using switch case:

This is a menu program in java that displays a menu and takes the input from the user. The choice made by the user is among the option displayed in the menu. And accordingly, the output is displayed on the screen. It is a user-friendly program in java.

The below menu-driven Java program calculates the area of different geometrical figures.

Output 1:

Output 2:

Output 3:

Using this logic you can create various other menu programs in java.

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