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Hello...
I would like some feedback on how to write a switch statement on displaying a menu on writing choices, like C for check, D for Deposit, W for withdrawl, and Q for Quit. Allow user to use upper and lower cases.
I believe it's :
case 'D'
case 'd'
for example right?
Then the program asks user to input: if user selects 'D' then ask user to enter the amount of deposit, then add account balance.
Anyway, any help is appreciated.
I did write it out in another post but no-one replied, I think C++ scares folks, hey me to.
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Updated 18-Dec-09 17:18pm
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Yes, that's how it is done, except for the syntactical error in your representation
case 'd':
case 'D':
//your code here
break;


There are examples here:
http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/control/[^]
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/k0t5wee3(VS.80).aspx[^]
 
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