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SQL Statement to return a single record(s) creating multiple columns from a single column.

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I have a table containing the following:

ID                   Value
ABC1             111
ABC1            222
ABC1            333
ABC2            111
ABC2            222
ABC2            333

Is there a way to get back the following result with a SQL statement?

ID             Value        Value        Value    
ABC1         111            222          333
ABC2        111             222          333

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