Nested Switch Statements in Java

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What is nested switch statement in Java?

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1. What is the word used to represent the choices in a nested switch statement?

2. In this code, what will the computer print out if 'numbers' is odd and 'number-type' is 3?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet revisit what you know about using nested switch statements in Java. This resource offers a chance to review your understanding of how to code them and what they do.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet help you review:

  • What a nested switch statement is
  • Code examples and how to interpret them
  • The word used to represent choices

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you can remember what a nested switch statement is
  • Critical thinking - review your knowledge of nested switch statements to answer questions about given code samples
  • Making connections - revisit and connect what you know of nested switch statements in Java to user experience

Additional Learning

If you would like more details about this topic, see the lesson, Nested Switch Statements in Java. This lesson gives more information about:

  • How these statements are used in real-world applications
  • More sample code
  • What a break in the statement is
  • Why to create a default statement
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