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Arduino Workshop - Chapter Three - SWITCH CASE Statements
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In this section, we’ll dive into using ‘switch’ cases to implement comparative lists and outcomes.

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Arduino Workshop – Chapter Three – SWITCH CASE Statements

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  1. I would like to put this out there: when using the switch case functions, a semicolon must be included at the end of the last case line before declaring a break, so that it will recognize the case function and break.

  2. Been trying to use "if' to switch between "Stepper Sp Control" loop and "Motor Knob" loop. Compiles fine, but still doesn't work. I'll try implementing it with "switch / case" and see if it helps. Any suggestions?

  3. i have a question. If i want a more accurate potentiometer value then can i turn it into a float when dividing the original value by 4

  4. im making a rc car using a little joystick that ranges from 0 to 240, in my previous code i kept using if(value > 10) {goslow;} else{} if(value >50) {gofast;} else{}

    when using the if statements i could use ranges of numbers using the lesser than or greater than symbols but with switch… case it doset let me use < or > please help

  5. I am used to Visual Basic programming and love the switch statements. But in Arduino they do not function the same. They're basically worthless if they can't evaluate a conditional. I'm used to, and often need, a switch statement to evaluate one or more variables against a condition (same as an if statement). It seems Arduino only has the "equal to" conditional. I want to be able to use >=, !=, >, <, etc. If there's a way to do this, it would be great. I haven't been able to find a way or reference – even on the Arduino site, to do this. Example would be 
    switch (Variable)
    Case > DataValue: // This should be a variable or value (not just specific text or number)
    Do actions
    If anyone knows how to do this in Arduino WITHOUT multiple if statements, but instead using switch/case statements, I'd be grateful to hear from you. Thanks.

  6. hello Sir , i want to develop a program for relay which can turn on the relay for 1 sec and turn off the relay for 4 sec apart from that i want to use a switch that can reset the relay whenever switch is high.

    please advise the program

  7. Thanks for this video! I just happened to stumble across it as I was trying to come up with the best way to do a project, and it was the perfect timing. I got the sketch completed in record time because of this tutorial.

  8. really good explanation. sometimes we use if (if…)I mean if inside if, can we use it in switch case? switch case(somevalue1)
    case (switch case(somevalue2):??. can you help. will be grateful.

  9. Hi, well it's a bit hard when setting a User interface LCD menu and sub menu
    its complicating for even a simple RTC ds3231 TIME and Date setup with a rotary encoder
    i hope you make a Tuto covering this bit example


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