Sql Conditional Statements

SQL CASE Statement


The SQL CASE Statement ... The CASE statement goes through conditions and returns a value when the first condition is met (like an if-then-else statement). So,  ...

SQL | Conditional Expressions - GeeksforGeeks


Mar 21, 2018 ... SQL | Conditional Expressions · The CASE Expression: Let you use IF-THEN- ELSE statements without having to invoke procedures. · The ...

Conditional statements in SQL procedures


Conditional statements are used to define what logic is to be executed based on the status of some condition being satisfied.

SQL Server IF…ELSE Condition Statement: T-SQL Select Query ...


3 days ago ... Conditional statements in the SQL server help you to define different logics and actions for different conditions. It allows you to perform different ...

PL/SQL Control Statements


PL/SQL has three categories of control statements: conditional selection statements, loop statements and sequential control statements.

SQL conditional statement - Stack Overflow


Aug 17, 2011 ... Use a StringBuilder to dynamically build your query. StringBuilder queryBuilder = new StringBuilder(); queryBuilder.append("select * from ...

SQL Server: Loops and Conditional Statements


The following is a list of topics that explain how to use Loops and Conditional Statements in SQL Server (Transact-SQL):

Conditional Statements Inside A Where Clause - Stack Overflow


Nov 19, 2009 ... Conditional Statements Inside A Where Clause · sql sql-server conditional. I have a sproc that runs on many different servers. In the sproc I have a ...

Documentation: 9.1: Control Structures - PostgreSQL


PL/pgSQL - SQL Procedural Language, Next ... If you declared the function to return void, a RETURN statement can be used to exit the function early; ... The simple form of CASE provides conditional execution based on equality of operands.

SQL conditional SELECT - Stack Overflow


Jun 24, 2009 ... DECLARE @sql varchar(MAX) SET @sql = 'SELECT ' IF (selectField1 = true) BEGIN ... DROP ', ' @sql = SUBSTRING(@sql, 1, LEN(@sql)-2) SET @sql = @sql + ' FROM Table' EXEC(@sql) ... You want the CASE statement: