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Switching cases

Throughout our course, we talked about Boolean values and how they're treated as flags. We've approached if conditions and seen them in action. In this lecture, we're going to dive into the world of switches. Switches are very similar to if conditions - they just have different rules. Contrary to if conditions that each condition is set separately, switches only look at one variable, one subject. They're not used as commonly as if conditions, yet within they a lot of useful features.
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