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CASE and formula completion w/calculation

CASE and formula completion w/calculation

CASE and formula completion w/calculation

My statement is:

WHEN rwh_model.gas_type='propane' THEN 41045/91,333*95.500
WHEN rwh_form.energy_source='oil' THEN . 41045/138,700*149.793 END) AS EAECkbtu,

Yes, I can (and will if I have to) calculate out the portion of the formula after the "THEN" but I was wondering if there was a way to make it actually calculate it out.  It will work with a single value after the "THEN" but not like it is above.  Any tricks I'm missing?


RE: CASE and formula completion w/calculation

Put your calculation behind the 'end':


                when nr > 2 then nr
                when nr < 2 then (4*nr)
        end *3  
from util
where sign > 'h';

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RE: CASE and formula completion w/calculation

Great, thanks!

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