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reubin haz
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Answers b and c are correct. But why a is incorrect?

Someone please explain.

shetal bansal
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Because the maximum value a byte can take is 127, so the switch case which have values greater than 127(e.g 200,300) will give compilation error.
[ June 22, 2005: Message edited by: shetal bansal ]
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