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How to convert SAS logic into a Oracle SQL syntax?

How to convert SAS logic into a Oracle SQL syntax?

How to convert SAS logic into a Oracle SQL syntax?

How to convert SAS logic into a Oracle SQL syntax?

Hi Experts,
Having below algorithm in SAS I am struggling to build a code in Oracle SQL.

Could you please help me with code?

Thank you!

--This is what I have in SAS
data mytable;
set have;
elig.DTE_Effective < to_date('01MAR2018') then elig.DTE_Effective=to_date('01MAR2018');
else if elig.DTE_Effective > to_date('30JUN2018') then elig.DTE_Effective=elig.DTE_End;
elig.DTE_END < to_date('01MAR2018') then elig.DTE_END=to_date('01MAR2018');
else if elig.DTE_END > to_date('30JUN2018') then elig.DTE_END=to_date('30JUN2018');

num_days_elig2 = datdif(datepart(dte_effective), datepart(dte_end), 'ACT/ACT') + 1;

--This is what I am trying to do in SQL
CREATE TABLE mytable as
Field 1.
/*case conditions*/
/*calc line*/
FROM have

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