PHP Tutorial – 6 – Switch statement

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25 Responses to “PHP Tutorial – 6 – Switch statement”

  1. blapgat Says:

    thanks for the tut! Just btw “your” is possessive and “you’re” is the contraction for “you are”.

  2. paulceltics Says:

    Nothing as many people finished all these tutorials

  3. thesickbeat Says:

    @kingnavneet You could use no breaks at all, it just tells the program to not continue reading the switch statement.

  4. hammadghulam Says:

    where am i , hehe

  5. hammadghulam Says:

    where am i , heehehe

  6. kingnavneet Says:

    in default i didn’t used ..break… but it works fine..

  7. Drizien Says:

    you’re .. not your -.-
    Still love you, Bucky!

  8. thesickbeat Says:

    oh shit he said your instead of you’re.. im going to suicide right now

  9. lanciahf1600 Says:

    thanks for the posting, you help me a lot.

  10. JeLoUs2 Says:

    You’re*

  11. likith9292 Says:

    you r doing something like social service people make money even buy just suggesting. But u r really helpful by providing som TUTS worth millions really thanq and HATTS OFF

  12. cesztoszule Says:

    awesome tutorials and who knows C and Java and sh can understand very well ur vids πŸ˜€

  13. TheMisterMan101 Says:

    @The1stWerewolf use them at different times

  14. TheMisterMan101 Says:

    darn, all those collins and semicollins

  15. Diifusal Says:

    sooo, there’s no difference between what the “switch” and “elseif” are used for? The only difference is that some people like one and others prefer the other?

  16. sharuto Says:

    why does he say your instead of you’re

  17. The1stWerewolf Says:

    “switch” is harder then “elseif”

  18. lonelystarpaolo Says:

    @iFlexsStudio what is this everything for?

  19. iFlexsStudio Says:

    @k1llak4y yes, vary simple im only 12 but i understand over 20 pc languages

    is the case required for most php or is it just a replacement for when the ielse is to hard

  20. MrDanilo97 Says:

    there is error on line 9 !!

  21. MakingGamesIsFun Says:

    lol so far i see that this is MUCH like java XD makes things so much easier for my to understand lol

  22. EnvyMyPower Says:

    @thenewboston best open source editor out there! πŸ˜€

  23. mangoprojects Says:

    Thank you. – behindvfx

  24. bushidoblack1 Says:

    This and the rest of the series of tutorials are amazing. I like the simple and honest style of explanation and his attitude, although sarcastic (keep it up!) is what keeps you focused.

  25. XDalutZX Says:

    wow it amazes me how alike programing languages are, but its nice two cause once u understand what the computers doing its simply a matter of chaning a few words from language to language

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