Switch in Laravel 5 - Blade

In Laravel 5, the Blade templating engine provides a "switch" statement that allows you to compare a variable to multiple values and execute different code for each match. The syntax for a switch statement in Blade is as follows:

        // code to execute if $variable == value1
        // code to execute if $variable == value2
        // code to execute if $variable does not match any of the cases

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It's important to note that each case statement should end with a @break statement, which tells Blade to exit the switch statement after executing the code for that case. If you forget to include the @break statement, Blade will continue to execute the code for all remaining cases, even if a match is found.