Rust Programming Tutorial #29 - Pattern Matching (Switch Statement)
Similar to a 'switch statement' you might see in other languages, the Match Operator in Rust allows you to do different things based on the value of something else. You can use it to compare numbers, strings etc.
In this example we look at numbers and strings, as well as ranges and or's - it is very powerful.
It is based on 'patterns' in Rust, for more info:
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