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Setting a 0 value on negative results for an aggregation in a query

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I have a query that calculates the debt balance:

Total Amt - Amt Paid - WriteOff Amt = Debt Balance

How can I tell it to give me a 0 balance if it's negative or < 0?

I can only find help on using the SET and a parameter.
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Surendra Nath earned 250 total points
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you can write as below

select @t = CASE WHEN (Total Amt - Amt Paid - WriteOff Amt) < 0 THEN 0 ELSE Total Amt - Amt Paid - WriteOff Amt END

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Just what I needed.
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