You, a coward: Python doesn't have a switch statement

Me, a modern-day Galileo:

@christianp This actually is pretty neat because if you leave out the default case, any input not listed as a case will raise an exception. Automatic bounds checking!

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@invis yeah, after I tooted that I realised I should've made all the cases subclasses of a generic CaseException, then you can catch the default case and real exceptions separately.

... if you were doing this in real life, which you shouldn't

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