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A couple of usage examples for the case statement

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     or literal(<string>) constructs must be used to 
     interpret raw string values.
+    Usage examples::
+      case([(orderline.c.qty > 100, item.c.specialprice),
+            (orderline.c.qty > 10, item.c.bulkprice)
+          ], else_=item.c.regularprice)
+      case(value=emp.c.type, whens={
+              'engineer': emp.c.salary * 1.1,
+              'manager':  emp.c.salary * 3,
+          })
         whens = util.dictlike_iteritems(whens)
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