Java – Switch Case Statement with Example1 min read

A switch statement allows a variable to be tested for equality against multiple values. It provides the case for the different blocks of code to be executed.

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.

It can also have an optional break that is useful to exit the switch otherwise it continues to the next case.

Flowchart for switch statement in java:

switch statement

Syntax of switch statements:


Example of a switch-case statement in Java:

Output switch-case statement:

For practice you can look at this article: Currency Conversion Program in Java


MORE

C Program to search an element in an array using Pointers

A separate function( search_function()) will be created where the array pointer will be declared and the searched element along with the size of an array …

C Program to find the sum of the digits of a number using recursion function

This C program calculates the sum of digits of a given number using recursion. Here’s a concise explanation: Function Definition: sumDigits(int n) This function calculates …

C program to find factorial of a number using Ternary operator with Recursion

Recursion refers to the function calling itself directly or in a cycle. Before we begin, you should have the knowledge of following in C Programming: …

C Program to Add Two Numbers Using Call by Reference

The program takes the two numbers from the user and passes the reference to the function where the sum is calculated. You may go through …

Find the output ab, cd, ef, g for the input a,b,c,d,e,f,g in Javascript and Python

In this tutorial, we will write a program to find a pairs of elements from an array such that for the input [a,b,c,d,e,f,g] we will …

String Pattern Programs in C

In this tutorial, we will write various C pattern programs for String. Before that, you may go through the following topics in C. for loop …