Need to use Case structure logic in a stored procedure

What is the syntax for Case locic in a stored procedure;

For a given column, I need to return a value based on the value of the column.

ie: SELECT * FROM FileName WHERE

Case ColumName.Value
     Case 'A'
          Return '1'
     Case 'B'
          Return '2'
End Case
AS TerritoryNumber

Thanks



DovbermanAsked:
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BrandonGalderisiCommented:
Case ColumName
     when 'A' then '1'
     when 'B' then '2'
End AS TerritoryNumber
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DovbermanAuthor Commented:
Both answers are what I asked for. Link gives me a basis for more extensive use of the Case structure.

Thanks
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