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C# is different from other programming languages—after the statements in a case, you’re required to include a statement that terminates the case, such as a break, a return or a throw; otherwise, a compilation error occurs


Cover of C# 2012 for Programmers, Fifth Edition


but, if there is no statement after a case, falling through is OK.