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Keejli69
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Eugene Elutin (7/3/2013)

like this:

SELECT q.Course_Code, 6-res.[4a] as [4a],6-res.[4b] as [4b], 6-res.[4c] as [4c], 6-res.[5a] as ,res.[5b],res.[5c],res.[6a],res.[6b],res.[6c],res.[7a],res.[7b],res.[7c],res.[7d],res.[7e] as converted
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The above willnot compile as has quite few errors. You should be more accurate.
Basically, in order to convert existing returned values as you requested, these values hould be subtrected out of 6, as:
6 - 5 = 1
6 - 4 = 2
6 - 3 = 3
6 - 2 = 4
6 - 1 = 5

Now, if you use the expression when retunring columns, they will need to be given aliases, therefore:
6-res.[4a] as [4a]
,6-res.[4b] as [4b]
,...
etc.



Thanks Eugene !! I appreciate your help !!
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elee1969 (7/3/2013)
Eugene Elutin (7/3/2013)

like this:

SELECT q.Course_Code, 6-res.[4a] as [4a],6-res.[4b] as [4b], 6-res.[4c] as [4c], 6-res.[5a] as ,res.[5b],res.[5c],res.[6a],res.[6b],res.[6c],res.[7a],res.[7b],res.[7c],res.[7d],res.[7e] as converted
FROM


The above willnot compile as has quite few errors. You should be more accurate.
Basically, in order to convert existing returned values as you requested, these values hould be subtrected out of 6, as:
6 - 5 = 1
6 - 4 = 2
6 - 3 = 3
6 - 2 = 4
6 - 1 = 5

Now, if you use the expression when retunring columns, they will need to be given aliases, therefore:
6-res.[4a] as [4a]
,6-res.[4b] as [4b]
,...
etc.



Thanks Eugene !! I appreciate your help !!


Right now 6 - 0 returns 6. What if i want to keep it as 0?
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any help?
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You can use a CASE statement.

SELECT q.Course_Code, CASE WHEN res.[4a] = 0 THEN 0 ELSE 6-res.[4a] END as [4a],
...




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Luis Cazares (7/3/2013)
You can use a CASE statement.

SELECT q.Course_Code, CASE WHEN res.[4a] = 0 THEN 0 ELSE 6-res.[4a] END as [4a],
...



ah thanks luis. :-) i knew it would be the CASE statement but didn't know how i would work it into the Select section. Thanks again !!
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elee1969 (7/3/2013)
Luis Cazares (7/3/2013)
You can use a CASE statement.

SELECT q.Course_Code, CASE WHEN res.[4a] = 0 THEN 0 ELSE 6-res.[4a] END as [4a],
...



ah thanks luis. :-) i knew it would be the CASE statement but didn't know how i would work it into the Select section. Thanks again !!


or:

SELECT q.Course_Code, 6 - ISNULL(NULLIF(res.[4a],0),6) as [4a],



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