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Re: Does Perl have "Case" Statements?

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Jenda Krynicky
February 28, 2002 13:54
Re: Does Perl have "Case" Statements?
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> I have been looking in the Learning Perl book, and cannot find it.
> I am sure that it is just a terminology thing.
> In VB {Yeah the old VB again :P) I could do:
> Select Case $Junk
>      Case 1
>         Do Something
>      Case 2
>         Do Something
>      Case 3
>         Do Something
>      Case 4
>         Do Something
> End Select
> Does Perl have something similar to where I do not have to have one
> humongous IF statement?

As always TIMTOWDI :

perldoc Switch

perldoc -q "How do I create a switch or case statement?"

perldoc perlsyn

HTH, Jenda

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