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SQL script to convert Calendar

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Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I guess its really hard to explain what I am looiking at...

CalCentury  CalYear  CalMonth  CalDay1  CalDay2  CalDay3   CalDay4......CalDay31
20                 11            1            0                0             1                    1
20                 11            2            1                1             1                    1

These represent Days of the Week per month, per year, Per Century..

The 0 in each CalDay Column represent NonWorking Days while the 1 is a WorkingDay

How can I get my data to  look like this   Where 2011= Year, 01 = month ,01 = Day
Date         WorkDay
20110101     1
20110102     0

Hopefully this makes sense
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