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SQL - Update column per Emp

Last Modified: 2015-04-10
So, I have a table, lets say with the following cols/data

EMPID     Value01    Value02   Value03
0001        Test01      Test02      0
0001        Test02      Test03      0
0001        Test04      Test05      0
0002        Test01      Test02      0
0002        Test02      Test03      0
0002        Test04      Test05      1
0003        Test01      Test02      0
0003        Test02      Test03      0
0003        Test04      Test05      1

So, what is important is columns EMPID and Value03.  The other columns are irrelevant.  Basically what I need to do is if the value in column Value03 = 1 then update that column = 1 for that EMPID.  

So EMPID -> 003 would have a value 1 in each Value03 column and same for EMPID ->002
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