Correct me if I'm wrong, but in a switch "flow control" it will continue with the remaining cases until it hits a break, even though the case does not match...for example... int i = 2 switch (i) case(2) system.out.println("Value is two"); case 2 + 1 system.out.println("Value is three"); break; default; Print out: Value is two Value is three What's up with that?
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but in a switch "flow control" it will continue with the remaining cases until it hits a break, even though the case does not match
Yep. Michael Morris
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thanks..I'll change my name...
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