Illustrates the use of the switch statement to compare string values : Switch « Language Basics « C# / C Sharp

Home
C# / C Sharp
1.2D Graphics
2.Class Interface
3.Collections Data Structure
4.Components
5.Data Types
6.Database ADO.net
7.Date Time
8.Design Patterns
9.Development Class
10.Event
11.File Stream
12.Generics
13.GUI Windows Form
14.Internationalization I18N
15.Language Basics
16.LINQ
17.Network
18.Office
19.Reflection
20.Regular Expressions
21.Security
22.Services Event
23.Thread
24.Web Services
25.Windows
26.Windows Presentation Foundation
27.XML
28.XML LINQ
C# / C Sharp » Language Basics » SwitchScreenshots 
Illustrates the use of the switch statement to compare string values
Illustrates the use of the switch statement to compare string values

/*
Mastering Visual C# .NET
by Jason Price, Mike Gunderloy

Publisher: Sybex;
ISBN: 0782129110
*/

/*
  Example4_6.cs illustrates the use of
  the switch statement to compare string values
*/

public class Example4_6
{

  public static void Main()
  {

    string planetName = "Saturn";  // sixth planet from the Sun
    switch (planetName)
    {
      case "Mercury":
        System.Console.WriteLine(1);
        break;
      case "Venus":
        System.Console.WriteLine(2);
        break;
      case "Earth":
        System.Console.WriteLine(3);
        break;
      case "Mars":
        System.Console.WriteLine(4);
        break;
      case "Jupiter":
        System.Console.WriteLine(5);
        break;
      case "Saturn":
        System.Console.WriteLine(6);
        break;
      case "Uranus":
        System.Console.WriteLine(7);
        break;
      case "Neptune":
        System.Console.WriteLine(8);
        break;
      case "Pluto":
        System.Console.WriteLine(9);
        break;
      default:
        System.Console.WriteLine("Planet unknown");
        break;
    }

  }

}

           
       
Related examples in the same category
1.Switch for int type
2.Simulate a conveyor beltSimulate a conveyor belt
3.Demonstrate the switchDemonstrate the switch
4.Use a char to control the switchUse a char to control the switch
5.Empty cases can fall throughEmpty cases can fall through
6.Illustrates the use of the switch statementIllustrates the use of the switch statement
7.Switch statement containing a branch with no statements: causes a 'fall-through' to the next branchSwitch statement containing a branch with no statements: causes a 'fall-through' to the next branch
8.Switch ValuesSwitch Values
9.Switch With Default ValuesSwitch With Default Values
10.Switch Values Fall ThroughSwitch Values Fall Through
11.Switch based console menuSwitch based console menu
java2s.com  | Contact Us | Privacy Policy
Copyright 2009 - 12 Demo Source and Support. All rights reserved.
All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.