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1 The switch Statement Topics Multiple Selection switch Statement char Data Type and getchar( ) EOF constant Reading Section 4.7, 4.12 Multiple Selection So far, we have only seen binary selection. if ( age >= 18 ) printf( Vote!\n ) ; if ( age >= 18 ) printf( Vote!\n ) ; else printf( Maybe next time!\n ) ; Multiple Selection (cont.) Sometimes it is necessary to branch in more than two directions. We do this via multiple selection. The multiple selection mechanism in C is the switch statement.

2 Multiple Selection with if if (day == 0 ) printf ( Sunday ) ; if (day == 1 ) printf ( Monday ) ; if (day == 2) printf ( Tuesday ) ; if (day == 3) printf ( Wednesday ) ; (continued) if (day == 4) printf ( Thursday ) ; if (day == 5) printf ( Friday ) ; if (day == 6) printf ( Saturday ) ; if ((day < 0) (day > 6)) printf( Error - invalid day.\n ) ; Multiple Selection with if-else if (day == 0 ) printf ( Sunday ) ; else if (day == 1 ) printf ( Monday ) ; else if (day == 2) printf ( Tuesday ) ; else if (day == 3) printf ( Wednesday ) ; else if (day == 4) printf ( Thursday ) ; else if (day == 5) printf ( Friday ) ; else if (day = 6) printf ( Saturday ) ; else printf ( Error - invalid day.\n ) ; This if-else structure is more efficient than the corresponding if structure. Why? The switch Multiple-Selection Structure switch ( integer expression ) case constant 1 : statement(s) case constant 2 : statement(s)... default: : statement(s)

3 switch Statement Details The last statement of each case in the switch should almost always be a break. The break causes program control to jump to the closing brace of the switch structure. Without the break, the code flows into the next case. This is almost never what you want. A switch statement will compile without a default case, but always consider using one. Good Programming Practices Include a default case to catch invalid data. Inform the user of the type of error that has occurred (e.g., Error - invalid day. ). If appropriate, display the invalid value. If appropriate, terminate program execution (discussed in CMSC 201). switch Example switch ( day ) case 0: printf ( Sunday\n ) ; case 1: printf ( Monday\n ) ; case 2: printf ( Tuesday\n ) ; case 3: printf ( Wednesday\n ) ; case 4: printf ( Thursday\n ) ; case 5: printf ( Friday\n ) ; case 6: printf ( Saturday\n ) ; default: printf ( Error -- invalid day.\n ) ; Is this structure more efficient than the equivalent nested if-else structure?

4 Why Use a switch Statement? A switch statement can be more efficient than an if-else. A switch statement may also be easier to read. Also, it is easier to add new cases to a switch statement than to a nested if-else structure. The char Data Type The char data type holds a single character. char ch; Example assignments: char grade, symbol; grade = B ; symbol = \$ ; The char is held as a one-byte integer in memory. The ASCII code is what is actually stored, so we can use them as characters or integers, depending on our need. The char Data Type (cont.) Use scanf ( %c, &ch) ; to read a single character into the variable ch. (Note that the variable does not have to be called ch. ) Use printf( %c, ch) ; to display the value of a character variable.

5 char Example int main ( ) char ch ; printf ( Enter a character: ) ; scanf ( %c, &ch) ; printf ( The value of %c is %d.\n, ch, ch) ; If the user entered an A, the output would be: The value of A is 65. The getchar ( ) Function The getchar( ) function is found in the stdio library. The getchar( ) function reads one character from stdin (the standard input buffer) and returns that character s ASCII value. The value can be stored in either a character variable or an integer variable. getchar ( ) Example int main ( ) char ch ; /* int ch would also work! */ printf ( Enter a character: ) ; ch = getchar( ) ; printf ( The value of %c is %d.\n, ch, ch) ; If the user entered an A, the output would be: The value of A is 65.

6 Problems with Reading Characters When getting characters, whether using scanf( ) or getchar( ), realize that you are reading only one character. What will the user actually type? The character he/she wants to enter, followed by pressing ENTER. So, the user is actually entering two characters, his/her response and the newline character. Unless you handle this, the newline character will remain in the stdin stream causing problems the next time you want to read a character. Another call to scanf() or getchar( ) will remove it. Improved getchar( ) Example int main ( ) char ch, newline ; printf ( Enter a character: ) ; ch = getchar( ) ; newline = getchar( ) ; /* could also use scanf( %c, &newline) ; */ printf ( The value of %c is %d.\n, ch, ch) ; If the user entered an A, the output would be: The value of A is 65. Additional Concerns with Garbage in stdin When we were reading integers using scanf( ), we didn t seem to have problems with the newline character, even though the user was typing ENTER after the integer. That is because scanf( ) was looking for the next integer and ignored the newline (whitespace). If we use scanf ( %d, &num); to get an integer, the newline is still stuck in the input stream. If the next item we want to get is a character, whether we use scanf( ) or getchar( ), we will get the newline. We have to take this into account and remove it.

7 EOF Predefined Constant getchar( ) is usually used to get characters from a file until the end of the file is reached. The value used to indicate the end of file varies from system to system. It is system dependent. But, regardless of the system you are using, there is a #define in the stdio library for a symbolic integer constant called EOF. EOF holds the value of the end-of-file marker for the system that you are using. getchar( ) Example Using EOF int main () int grade, acount, bcount, ccount, dcount, fcount ; acount = bcount = ccount = dcount = fcount = 0 ; while ( (grade = getchar( ) )!= EOF ) switch ( grade ) case A : acount++; case B : bcount++; case C : ccount++; case D : dcount++; case F : fcount++; default :

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