C++ Switch Case with break Statement Program
In this tutorial, we will learn how to demonstrate the concept of Switch Case with break statement, in the C++ programming language.
C++ Switch Case:
In Programming, a Switch Case is just an alternative for the multiple if-else blocks. It is used to execute the block of the code only when a particular condition is fulfilled. A break statement is used to stop the code flow from entering into the remaining blocks and hence making it directly move out of the switch block when even a single condition is fulfilled.
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using namespace std;
cout << "\n\nWelcome to Studytonight :-)\n\n\n";
cout << " ===== Program to demonstrate the concept of Switch Case with break statement, in CPP ===== \n\n";
//variable to store the operation to be performed
//variable to store the operands
int n1, n2, result;
cout << "\nEnter the operation you want to perform: either + or - or * or / or %: ";
cin >> operation;
cout << "\n\n\nEnter the two operands you want to perform the operation on: \n";
cin >> n1 >> n2;
//Logic of Switch case with break statement
result = n1 + n2;
result = n1 - n2;
result = n1 * n2;
result = n1 / n2;
result = n1 % n2;
cout << "\n\nPlease Enter a Valid Operation from the mentioned list";
cout << "\n\nResult obtained from the given data is: " << n1 << operation << n2 << " = " << result << "\n\n\n ";
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