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case statement


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case statement

case statement

statement of case

statement of case

Drafting statements of case

Statements of case

Statements of case

Drafting statements of case

statement of case

statement of case

False statements in a bankruptcy case

Case Definitions, Diagnostic Algorithms, and Priorities in Encephalitis: Consensus Statement of the International Encephalitis Consortium

Statement on “Prevention of Transboundary Harm from Hazardous Activities and Allocation of Loss in the Case of Such Harm” (2007)

Evaluation of family history information within clinical documents and adequacy of HL7 clinical statement and clinical genomics family history models for its representation: a case report

Abaclat and Others v Argentina, Letter from the Tribunal and individual statement of Dr Santiago Torres Bernardez, ICSID Case No ARB/07/5, IIC 632 (2014), 26th September 2013, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

Prosecutor v Blagojević (Vidoje) and Jokić (Dragan), Decision on prosecution’s motions for admission of expert statements, Case no IT-02-60-T, ICL 171 (ICTY 2003), 7th November 2003, Trial Chamber I (ICTY)

Prosecutor v Strugar (Pavle), Decision on the Defence Objection to the Prosecution’s Opening Statement Concerning Admissibility of Evidence, Case No IT-01-42-T, ICL 471 (ICTY 2004), 22nd January 2004, Trial Chamber II (ICTY)

Grabovica-Uzdol, Prosecutor v Halilović (Sefer), Decision on motion for exclusion of statement of accused, Case no IT-01-48-T, ICL 537 (ICTY 2005), 8th July 2005, Trial Chamber I (ICTY)

Situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Prosecutor v Lubanga Dyilo (Thomas), Decision on opening and closing statements, Case No ICC-01/04-01/06-1346, ICL 633 (ICC 2008), 22nd May 2008, ICC Trial Chamber I

 

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A conditional control structure that appears in most modern programming languages and allows a selection to be made between several sets of program statements; the choice is dependent on the value of some expression. The case statement is a more general structure than the if then else statement, which allows a choice between only two sets of statements.

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