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From:Quentin Bennett Date:February 16 2001 12:58am
Subject:RE: If, then, else . . .
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Hi,

Look in the manual under Flow Control functions for use in select
statements, and you should find what you need.

Regards

Quentin

-----Original Message-----
From: John Halladay [mailto:John.halladay@stripped]
Sent: Friday, 16 February 2001 12:32
To: MySQL List (E-mail)
Subject: If, then, else . . .


If I am querying a field that has either "a" or "b" as a value and I want a
second field's value to be dependant on the first field's value, how would I
right that?

SELECT field1, IF(field1="a",100,IF(field1="b",200,"ERROR") FROM table;

The IF,THEN,ELSE is the only thing I can think of, but that is the Excel,
Access side of my brain talking.  Sorry for the basis question.  Any help
would be much appreciated.

Thanks.

John H.

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If, then, else . . .John Halladay16 Feb
  • Re: If, then, else . . .Thiru16 Feb
RE: If, then, else . . .Quentin Bennett16 Feb