today I wanted to trick C#'s switch-case statement, but failed :-)
I tried to create an enum with 2 values pointing to the same value (yes this do is possible).
public enum TestEnum : uint
a = 1,
b = 1,
... looking at the second part (only) this code makes perfect sense (as a test-case), but in combination it must be considered that the switch-case statement must find a unique case as a target and resolves the values behind the enumeration.
Error CS0152: The switch statement contains multiple cases with the label value '1'
... even if i failed to trick the compiler it is good news that c# is consistent here.