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Discussion on: A Case Against Switches

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Jonathan Kuhl Author

Sure, if the language you're working in has a lot of optimization for switches, then go with what works best for the language. My post was indeed mostly centered around JS. I know little about C++, so I won't presume to speak on it. If switches are better in C/C++, stick with them.

And even in JavaScript, if the situation is such that a switch is the simplest and most efficient way to achieve what you're looking for, then I'd remain with the structure.