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I have been searching for the proper Syntax to a switch statement for Unix SunOS. It seems I'm out of luck, perchance anyone can post an example?

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In bash there is the case statement

case string1 in
str1)
   commands;;
str2)
   commands;;
*)
   commands;;
esac
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The switch statement in bash is called case. See help case for details.

case "$1" in
  -p) echo 'Hello, world!' ; exit 0 ;;
  -h|*) usage ; exit 1 ;;
esace
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