If you look at the preliminary documentation released at the end of June in
the MSDN library, you'll notice a little blurb on the switch statement. The
document says that there are no "fall-throughs" between each case, but a
break is still required to exit the switch statement. See

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/pr...spec_8_7_2.htm

But in the September issue of MSDN Magazine, there is an article on C# that
states that there ARE implied break statements between each case. See

http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/is...arp/csharp.asp

Does this indicate that the design of C#, VB.NET, and .NET in general is in
more flux than we realize? (Or that the author of the magazine article is
simply wrong? 8) )

Thanks,
- Jim
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James Lin
jlin@ugcs.caltech.edu

http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~jlin/