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Omitting the break statement can be useful in some cases


<?
    $aColor = "Red";
    switch( $aColor )
    {
        case "red":
        case "Red":
            // The following prints if $aColor is
            // either "red" or "Red"
            print( "#FF0000<br>" );
            break;
        case "green":
        case "Green":
            print( "#00FF00<br>" );
            break;
        case "blue":
        case "Blue":
            print( "#0000FF<br>" );
            break;
        default:
            print( "other<br>" );
            break;
    }
?>
           
       










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