Is there no switch function in Python
siona at chiark.greenend.org.uk
Fri Sep 10 15:14:37 CEST 2004
In article <CR20d.46131$Vf.2380522 at news000.worldonline.dk>,
Rudi Hansen <rsh_remove_this_ at pobox.dk> wrote:
>I dont seem to be able to find the switch statement in Python.
>I would like to be able to do
> case 1 :
> print "var = 1"
> case 2:
> print "var = 2"
5 lines, 55 characters including the print statements.
>But it seems that i have to do.
> print "var =1"
> print "var=2"
4 lines, 52 characters (once corrected) including the print
statements (as written in the first example).
>Is ther no easier way??
In what way do you want it to be "easier"?
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