We use “CASE” statements while reaching for the "IF" statement in our "SELECT" clause.
Select id1, name1, percentage, Grade, case when percentage = 35 then ‘pass’ when percentage = 60 then ‘first class’ when percentage = 75 then ‘distinction’ when percentage >= 95 then ‘excellent’ else ’fail’ end as good_marks From students
We will write a “Case” statement in the “Select” statement to work with the “if” statement. I hope this helps you use the “Case” statement in the “if” statement.
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