Switching on a variable set as $var="08" and forgetting the quotes within the case results in different behavior depending on the two digit number the variable is set to.
This last equivalent sample show you that each case expressions is evaluated, until one of them evaluates to a value equal (==) to the switch expression. Above, the error() code will only be called if one of the check evaluates to false. And the valid() code will only be evaluated only if the switch reach the default, which means that none of the above check returned false...
I have a pool light switch that has white and black wires i got new light switch for new LED light and switch instructions say white to white, red to red, black to black. How should I connect it? Thanks
I have a 20 amp breaker, when i turn the switch on it trips the breaker. The switch is a 2 pole switch & nothing is connected to it. I have tried 3 different switches & 2 different breakers. Why is this happening?
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ON/OFF vs Momentary toggles?
Question for all you pit-builders or anyone with their own control panels & switchboards.
When using physical ON/OFF switches (that flip between two fixed-positions) with a flight sim, do you guys find it a pain to have to re-set these switches to proper positions every time you restart a game or re-spawn? i.e. let's say you do an air-start, you'd have to memorize what the default air-start switch positions are for that plane, and make sure your physical switches are set for those before you start the game. Otherwise your switches might say "OFF" when they're really "ON" and you have to flip them twice.
If you had your druthers, would you use all momentary toggles instead? So at any time you could press the switch ON or OFF and not have to worry about this? Or do you prefer the realism of having an ON/OFF toggle just like the one in a real cockpit?
Just curious! Might influence what panel I buy in the near future.