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JavaScript

James Parker
James Parker
3,212 Points

If you have more than one if else statement in a conditional, would it be better to use a case statement?

If you have more than one if else statement in a conditional, would it be better to use a case statement?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
217,602 Points

A case statement is a good choice when all conditions are based on different values of the same term.

When the conditions involve different terms, a case statement won't work and the if/else sequence is better suited.