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Marzen Baldonado
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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...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?
 
Michael Morris
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Hi er uh is it work or hard?,
Your going to get a request to change your name to a first and last name from a bartender so be warned. Also, your question is not appropriate for this forum. But since I'm the swell, magnanimous dude that I am, I'll answer it.

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
 
Marzen Baldonado
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thanks..I'll change my name...
 
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