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 Switch Case in Java
It is very difficult and lengthy to write programs using if-then and if-then-else statements. As switch statement allows in-numerous possible execution paths they are used as the replacement of if-then and if-then-else statements. Switch statements with String cases are supported in Java SE 7 but the earlier version of Java did not support String in switch/case. Switch statements works with type byte, short, char, or int.

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