Use of Switch-Case in Java?

The switch case statement is useful when selecting some action from a number of alternatives. The value inside the test expression must be a int, char, short or byte. It can not be a long, double, float, string or any other other kind of object.The switch statement allows for any number of possible execution path.
The body of a switch statement is known as a switch block.

//Codding for Switch-case

 

class SwitchDemo
{
public static void main(String[] aggs)
{
int month= 8;
switch(month)
{
case 1: System.out.prinln("January");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("February");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("March");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("April");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("May");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("June");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("July");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("August");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("September");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("October");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("November");
break;

case 1: System.out.prinln("December");
break;

default: System.out.prinln("Invalid month");
break;
}
}
}

 

Happy codding..

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