operator for enums

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Published on 2010-03-17T07:24:30Z Indexed on 2010/03/17 7:31 UTC
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Hi all,

Just out of curiosity, asking this

Like the expression one below

a = (condition) ? x : y; // two outputs

why can't we have an operator for enums?
say,

myValue = f ??? fnApple() : fnMango() : fnOrange(); // no. of outputs specified in the enum definition

instead of switch statements (eventhough refractoring is possible)


enum Fruit
{
    apple,
    mango,
    orange      
};

Fruit f = Fruit.apple;

Or is it some kind of useless operator?

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