A simple program to demonstrate how to declare and use switch statement using C++ programming language.

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// switch.cpp
// Jake Rodriguez Pomperada, MAED-IT, MIT
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#include <iostream>

int main()
{
	int a=0;
	
	std::cout <<"\n\n";
	std::cout << "\tSwitch Statement in C++";
	std::cout <<"\n\n";
	std::cout <<"\tGive a Number : ";
	std::cin >> a;
	std::cout <<"\n";
	
	switch(a) {
	 case  1 : std::cout <<"\tOne Number";
		    break;
	 case 2 : std::cout <<"\tTwo Number";
		    break;
	 case 3 : std::cout <<"\tThree Number";
		    break;
	case 4 : std::cout <<"\tFour Number";
		    break;
	case 5 : std::cout <<"\tFifth Number";
		    break;
		default : std::cout <<"\tInvalid Number. Try Again.";
		      
	}
  std::cout <<"\n\n\n";
  std::cout <<"\tEnd of Program";
  std::cout <<"\n";
}

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