C# Program to print weekday name from a given weekday number (0-6). A switch statement allows checking a value with a list of values or cases.
Weekday number is the number whose value from 0 to 6. 0 is for “Sunday”, 1 is for “Monday”, 2 is for “Tuesday”, 3 is for “Wednesday”, 4 is for “Thursday”, 5 is for “Friday” and 6 is for “Saturday”. This will check with a switch statement.
Input: 2 Output: Tuesday Input: 6 Output: Saturday
Output: When we enter number between (0-6).
Enter weekday number (0-6): It is WEDNESDAY
Output: When we enter number beyond the range from (0-6).
Enter weekday number (0-6): It is wrong input
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