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Something You May Not Know About the Switch Statement in C/C++

, 19 Dec 2012 CPOL
A discussion on how switch/case is executed, by reverse engineering in VC++
#include "functions.h"

int main5()
{
    int i =1;

    switch (i)
    {
        case 3: f1(); break;
        case 5: f2(); break;
        case 6: f2(); break;
        case 7: f2(); break;
        case 100: f1(); break;
        case 200: f2(); break;
        case 250: f2(); break;
        case 700: f2(); break;
        case 750: f2(); break;
        case 900: f2(); break;

        default: f3(); 
    }

    return 0;
}

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Zuoliu Ding
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