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Arrays are used to assign a series of elements of the same type in consecutive memory locations; to define a list of elements. They work similar to variables, except they contain multiple values at different indices.
A switch case is used test variable equality for a list of values, where each value is a case. When the variable is equal to one of the cases, the statements following the case are executed. A break statement ends the switch case. The optional default case is for when the variable does not equal any of the cases.