SQl syntax computed column text + ID

I have the following column in my table:

ID     standard ID
1       SH200001
2       SH200002
3       SH200003

I want the standard ID column to be in the above format.
Logic being add 200000 to the current PK ID and prefix 'SH'.
What is the computed column formula?
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Rajkumar GsSoftware EngineerCommented:

SELECT ID, 'SH' + CAST(200000 + ID AS VARCHAR(20)) AS [Standard ID] 
from  YourTable

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if you want to concatenate ID with 200000 than use below.

SELECT ID, 'sh200000' + CAST(ID AS VARCHAR) AS StandardID
from  TableName

if you want to add ID';s value to 200000 than use following

SELECT ID, 'sh' + CAST(200000 + ID AS VARCHAR) AS StandardID
from   TableName
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