Thread: switch() case 1: Question

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    switch() case 1: Question

    ok i fixed it now guys, sorry about that. i was trying to put the if() statement before the case 3:... i switched it to inside of the case 3: and it worked fine.
    cout<<"1) Option-A\n";
    cout<<"2) Option-B\n";
    cout<<"3) Option-C\n";
    cout<<"Selection: ";
    int x;
                   case 1:
                            cout<<"You Selected A\n";
                   case 2:
                            cout<<"You Selected B\n";
                   case 3:
                           cout<<"You Selected C\n";
    Last edited by Zero_X; 04-18-2006 at 12:43 PM.

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