# C switch

C Switch statement is a conditional statement, which is used to choose one of the action to perform from the multiple actions, relative to the true condition.

### Syntax:

switch (expression)

{

case value1:

code to be executed if expression=value1;

break;

case value2:

code to be executed if expression=value2;

break;

case value3:

code to be executed if expression=value3;

break;

default:

code to be executed if expression is different from all values;

}

Example:

#include <stdio.h>   void main() { int num = 5; switch (num) { case 1: printf ("One!"); break; case 2: printf ("Two!"); break; case 3: printf ("Three!"); break; case 4: printf ("Four!"); break; case 5: printf ("Five!"); break; default: printf ("Other!"); } }

Output

Five!