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 4 edited tags | link edited Jul 8 '17 at 19:03 Ben I.♦ 19.3k77 gold badges4343 silver badges111111 bronze badges 3 fixed tagging | link edited Jun 13 '17 at 2:22 Ben I.♦ 19.3k77 gold badges4343 silver badges111111 bronze badges 2 added 289 characters in body edited Jun 12 '17 at 15:12 Ben I.♦ 19.3k77 gold badges4343 silver badges111111 bronze badges WhatThe only other motivating example I lackcan think of is othera graduated tax calculator (based on the US Federal Income Tax), where cascades can be a nice way to approach the problem. These examples are fine, but it's not enough to get the lightbulb to flick on for most of my students. What I need is a few more motivating examples that really show students why switch/case is useful. What other examples show this clearly? What I lack is other motivating examples that really show students why switch/case is useful. What other examples show this clearly? The only other motivating example I can think of is a graduated tax calculator (based on the US Federal Income Tax), where cascades can be a nice way to approach the problem. These examples are fine, but it's not enough to get the lightbulb to flick on for most of my students. What I need is a few more motivating examples that really show students why switch/case is useful. What other examples show this clearly? 1 asked Jun 12 '17 at 14:55 Ben I.♦ 19.3k77 gold badges4343 silver badges111111 bronze badges