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check 15 fields in Oracle table = '15'  - SQL

Posted on 2014-03-24
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I would like to know if there is a way to check msgno1 - msgn015 to see if any have a value of equal to '15' and use this is a selection criteria in a where statement if Oracle SQL.

If anyone of the respective 15 fields has a value of '15', I want to select the record if not I don't.
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SELECT *
  FROM yourtable
 WHERE '15' IN (msgno1,
                msgno2,
                msgno3,
                msgno4,
                msgno5,
                msgno6,
                msgno7,
                msgno8,
                msgno9,
                msgno10,
                msgno11,
                msgno12,
                msgno13,
                msgno14,
                msgno15)
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Normalize your table?
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