`Select Case`

can be used when many different conditions are possible. The conditions are checked from top to bottom and only the first case that match will be executed.

```
Sub TestCase()
Dim MyVar As String
Select Case MyVar 'We Select the Variable MyVar to Work with
Case "Hello" 'Now we simply check the cases we want to check
MsgBox "This Case"
Case "World"
MsgBox "Important"
Case "How"
MsgBox "Stuff"
Case "Are"
MsgBox "I'm running out of ideas"
Case "You?", "Today" 'You can separate several conditions with a comma
MsgBox "Uuuhm..." 'if any is matched it will go into the case
Case Else 'If none of the other cases is hit
MsgBox "All of the other cases failed"
End Select
Dim i As Integer
Select Case i
Case Is > 2 '"Is" can be used instead of the variable in conditions.
MsgBox "i is greater than 2"
'Case 2 < Is '"Is" can only be used at the beginning of the condition.
'Case Else is optional
End Select
End Sub
```

The logic of the `Select Case`

block can be inverted to support testing of different variables too, in this kind of scenario we can also use logical operators:

```
Dim x As Integer
Dim y As Integer
x = 2
y = 5
Select Case True
Case x > 3
MsgBox "x is greater than 3"
Case y < 2
MsgBox "y is less than 2"
Case x = 1
MsgBox "x is equal to 1"
Case x = 2 Xor y = 3
MsgBox "Go read about ""Xor"""
Case Not y = 5
MsgBox "y is not 5"
Case x = 3 Or x = 10
MsgBox "x = 3 or 10"
Case y < 10 And x < 10
MsgBox "x and y are less than 10"
Case Else
MsgBox "No match found"
End Select
```

Case statements can also use arithmetic operators. Where an arithmetic operator is being used against the `Select Case`

value it should be preceded with the `Is`

keyword:

```
Dim x As Integer
x = 5
Select Case x
Case 1
MsgBox "x equals 1"
Case 2, 3, 4
MsgBox "x is 2, 3 or 4"
Case 7 To 10
MsgBox "x is between 7 and 10 (inclusive)"
Case Is < 2
MsgBox "x is less than one"
Case Is >= 7
MsgBox "x is greater than or equal to 7"
Case Else
MsgBox "no match found"
End Select
```