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ramit.prasad at jpmorgan.com
Fri Mar 30 18:44:53 CEST 2012
> > C switch is just a different way of doing an if/elif tree, I do not
> > really see any real difference. Although, if there is you can feel free
> > to enlighten me. :)
> 'fraid not -- though it depends on which compiler and how many cases.
> For 3 or more cases compilers will generate a hardware supported jump
> table: a switch statement is a jump table not a cascade of if
Good point, I had forgotten that.
Although, it sounded like the OP was referring more to syntax and
coding practice than the low level implementation.
>I'm already enjoying this lovely language.
>One of the few c things I miss is the switch/case statement. if and
>elif in it's place is a bit cumbersome. Still, it works.
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