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no select-case in jsp?

Posted on 2004-04-26
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hi,

another question.  i have different case and want to do things differently.  does java have a select-case or do i have to use long if/else if statements?

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No need of long if/else statements...use select..case in the usual way as follows:

switch(type)
{

case type1: {
// Actions...
break;
}

case 2: {
//Actions...
break;
}

}

Hope this helps...
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If you can use JSTL, then you could use  
<c:choose>, <c:when>, and <c:otherwise>   tags.        
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