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SQL Select to conditionally set a column to null based on a value from another column

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I need a conditional SQL Select.  I need to conditionally set a column to null based on the value of another column.  For example;

ID                      Shelf Life Flag                Shelf Life Days
-------------    ---------------                -----------------
100                       Y                                    10
200                       N                                    NULL
300                     (blank)                             NULL

I need to set the Shelf Life Days column to NULL if Shelf Life Flag is set to "Y".
David Todd
Senior Database Administrator

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