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Default What's wrong with this code?

<!doctype html>

		<title>Switch Statement</title>
		<script type="text/javascript">
			function checkAnimal()
				Switch (document.frmAnimal.txtAnimal.value)
					case "rabbit":
						alert("Watch out, it's Elmer Fudd!")
					case "coyote":
						alert("No match for the road runner - meep meep!")
					case "mouse":
						alert("Watch out Jerry, here comes Tom!")
						alert("Are you sure you picked an animal from a cartoon?");
			Enter the name of your favorite type of animal that stars in a cartoon : 
		<form name="frmAnimal">
			<input type="text" name="txtAnimal" /><br />
			<input type="button" value="Check Animal" onclick="checkAnimal()" />
		<p>Note that rabbit, coyote, and mouse will all get different responses.</p>

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