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How to prevent the 0 with a Ladder type payout

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If I have the tables below and Salesman SalesP sells 42 items and I use a Case Statement of
Case When Items >= S and <= E Then Win else '0' end as Payout I get 3 results 0,0 and 250. Now I know why I get that
but how can I Not get the 0's. Of course if the items were 10 I would want 0, but just one of them?


Salesman table
SalesP      Items
1      42        

Payout table
S      E      Win
30      39      200
40      49      250
50      59      300
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Question by:SeTech
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<wild guess, not sure there's enough into to answer this question>

SELECT s.SalesP, p.Win
FROM Salesman s
   JOIN Payout p ON s.Items BETWEEN p.S AND p.E
WHERE s.SalesP = 1

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by:Vikas Garg
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Hi,

Not very clear with your question..

Can you take some sample data and explain pls ?
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