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Quick Question About Case Statements in C

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Is it possible to do something like this. switch[character] { case 'A' || 'B': <STATEMENTS HERE> ..... } or would I have to do this: switch[character] { case 'A': <STATEMENTS HERE> case 'B' <SAME STATEMENTS HERE> .... } I can't seem to find this in my programming book, and my teacher never covered that (unless it was during that one day I missed...CRAP!). I'm trying to write an ASCII Art checkers game, and this would probably make it run like 2% faster or something. Unless the compiler catches that anyway...

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