A room has three light switches. The light switches are located outside the room with a closed door. Only one of them is the actual switch that can control the lights inside the room. You are allowed to turn those switches as many times as you wish. Please note that you can't identify from outside whether the lights are on or off.
You can enter the room only once to see the light. You can't change the light switches once you are inside. Rule out all the illogical answers like there is a window in the room or someone inside can help you with the answer etcetera.
Based on what information and guidelines have been provided to you, can you determine the exact switch that controls the light inside the room?