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Break in switch case [closed]

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Java: style compability tradeoff [closed]

Closed. This question is opinion-based. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it can be answered with facts and citations by editing this post. Closed 10 months ago. Improve this question I was wondering the other day about the compatibility and style of my Java code. As of Java 14, the enhanced

Java Calculator program issue

I am trying to develop a calculator program that inputs an arithmetic expression of the form number operator number = and computes the result of the expression. The expression will be evaluated from left to right not considering regular operator precedence. For example, the expression 14 – 5 * 3 = will produce 27.0. The value = displays the final

Utilizing switch statements with enums and marker interface

I’ve got a marker interface and two enums which implement the Marker What I’m trying to do is utilize a switch statement, such as Is there a way to do this without using an expensive instanceof call? Something like this would work, but I’m trying to avoid using instanceof, and frankly it looks kind of ugly. Answer Looks like a

Switch Case In ActionPerformed?

Ive gone through some stack overflow questions and found this similar question. From what I understand using a switch statement in an actionPerformed method for this context will not work and an if-else statement is required. Is there a more efficient way to do this without having repetitive code? I’ve heard I could use Abstract Action to give multiple buttons