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SQL nested SELECT statement for column

I am trying to select a column inside of a SELECT statement that pulls vlaues out where a different column equals a value.  This is an example of what I want to do but it is not correct:

SELECT column1, column2, (SELECT column 3 WHERE column6 <= 12 AND column10 >= 1 AS YearlySum), column 3, column4, column 5 FROM table1

As you can see I would like to select all of the columns from the table, but also select some of the columns based on certain conditions.  Any hlep is greatly appreciated.
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zintech
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zintech
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
you cannot optionally select a column.
you could return a NULL value optionally ...
SELECT column1, column2
, CASE WHEN column6 <= 12 AND column10 >= 1 THEN column3 ELSE NULL END AS YearlySum
, column 3, column4, column 5 
FROM table1

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ppangoCommented:
To accomplish this you need to use the CASE clause

But my first question will be this one, what if the condition you specified is not met? lets say Column 6 is grater then 12 and column 10 less than 1?

Thanks

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logideepakCommented:
you can use a case statement

SELECT column1, column2, case when  column6 <= 12 AND column10 >= 1 then column3 else null end  AS YearlySum, column 3, column4, column 5 FROM table1
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