When you need to check the multiple conditions in PowerShell, we must use the Switch statement.
This statement in PowerShell is equivalent to the series of 'If' statements, but it is simple to use. This statement lists each condition and the code of block associated with each condition. If a condition is 'True', then the block of code is executed with that particular condition.
Syntax of Switch Statement
The following are the rules apply to the switch statement:
Flowchart of Switch Statement
The following examples describe how to use the switch statement:
Example 1: In this example, the value of the day matches one of the numeric values.
The day is Tuesday
Example 2: In this example, we check that the value of the variable is either a 10, 50 or 100. If none of these value matches, then the default statement is executed.
The Number is not equal to 10, 50, and 100.
Example 3: In this example, we illustrate how to use the switch statement with the array as an input:
April You give a Wrong number