At 2:23 PM -0400 9/24/10, Bob McConnell wrote:


A switch works when a single test can dispatch all possible branches. If
you have a series of tests where each looks for a different subset of
conditions, you need an elseif.

Bob McConnell

Bob:

Not so, O'wise one.

This will work:

switch(1)
   {
   case $a > $b:
   /* whatever
   break;

   case $c == 1:
   /* whatever
   break;

   case $d == 'this works':
   /* whatever
   break;
   }

Granted, it's not the normal way a switch works in some other languages, but it does work in PHP. :-)

Cheers,

tedd

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