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Select
  name, address, sales
from
  data
where
  sales > 100k

Returns records where sales are greater than 100k.

What if I want to see everyone but only the sales if they are more than 100k:

Select
  name, address, sales if sales > 100k
from
  data

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Question by:classnet
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Sreedhar Vengala earned 2000 total points
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Do you mean want to show all records and the Sales Values only if greater than 100k?

You can have a case in your select for Sales column to check if its greater than 100k then show sales figure if not show 'NULL' or '' (emtpy string) or '0' (Zero).

Example:

  SELECT    Name ,
            ADDRESS ,
            ( CASE WHEN Sales > 100000 THEN Sales
                   ELSE NULL
              END ) AS Sales
  FROM      Data

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Thank you!
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