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Select-Case vs If-Then-Else - What is the difference between Select-Case and If-Then-Else constructs? Ask anyone and most likely you will get the answer they are same as far as functionality goes. So why use one over the other? Again the readability of the code is given as the primary reason for selecting Select-Case over If-Else. So is there any other reason beside readability? What about performance? Let us consider the following...
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