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Old February 9th, 2005, 10:19 AM
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Dear,
I want to create switch statement depending multiple value

suppose
switch($action){
case "Register","Signup","New Member":
  include ("reg.php");
}


can i write code in this way? or is there any alternative way
I don't like the follwoing code

switch($action)
case "Register":
  include ('reg.php');
case "Signup":
  include ('reg.php')
}





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Old February 9th, 2005, 10:26 AM
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Generally speaking, you could write the first choice, but it could cause problems on many web servers, but if you use the second code, it will work fine on all web servers, without the need to manually alter PHP configuration. I think that the second way is the safest way to use Switch command, and that structure of code is much better than the first one for many reasons.
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why don't you just include it in an if statement? Personally, I rather do an if/elseif statement over switch statements; however, switch statements do give you a nice layout for the reader.

if($action == "register" || $action == "signup" || $action == "new member"){
   include("reg.php");
}

also be careful with the switch statement when you are comparing integers and strings together.

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