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query to find the lower values of two columns for sql server

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I have the following table columns .  
emp_no, bonus1, bonus2

I like a simple sql to find the lower value of bonus1 and bonus2, so the out_put is:
emp_no, lower_of_bonus1_bonus2
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Something like the following

Select emp_no, Case When bonus1 < bonus2 Then bonus1 Else bonus2 end
from mytable
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by:brad2575
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try this:
select emp_no, case when bonus1 < bonus2
            then bonus1
            else bonus2 end as lower_of_bonus1_bonus2
  from TableName

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