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Old 02-16-2007, 03:09 PM   #1
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Does CGI/PERL have a Select Case Statement?


Hello,

I was wondering if CGI/PERL have any sort of a Selection statement like VBA's Select...Case statement. All I seem to find is that if...elsif statements - is that as close as it gets?

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No select. elsif is used instead.
The CGI aspect of the question is irrelevant.
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Thanks! I can stop looking now
 
  


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