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How do I compute for the total of the value in Alias vladd1, vladd2, vladd3, vladd...

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How do I compute for the total of the value in Alias vladd1, vladd2, vladd3, vladd4 or any alternative using declare statement ? Here is my sample statement below.

                    
select alan8,                      
case                       
when rtrim(aladd1)  '' then len(aladd1) + 9 else 0 end as vladd1 ,                      
case                      
  when rtrim(aladd1)  '' then len(aladd2) + 9 else 0 end as vladd2 ,                      
case                      
  when rtrim(aladd1)  '' then len(aladd3) + 9 else 0 end as vladd3 ,                      
case                      
  when rtrim(aladd1)  '' then len(aladd4) + 9 else 0 end as vladd4,                      
vladd1 + vladd2 + vladd3 + vladd4 as Total                      
 from Customers                      

Thanks and appreciate your help.

Regards, cyberarent2

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asked Nov 23, 2009 at 04:04 AM in Default

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select      alan8,            
        sum(case when aladd1 > '' then len(aladd1) + 9 else 0 end) as vladd1,            
        sum(case when aladd2 > '' then len(aladd2) + 9 else 0 end) as vladd2,            
        sum(case when aladd3 > '' then len(aladd3) + 9 else 0 end) as vladd3,            
        sum(case when aladd4 > '' then len(aladd4) + 9 else 0 end) as vladd4,            
        SUM(len(aladd1) + len(aladd2) + len(aladd3) + len(aladd4) + 36) as Total            
from        Customers             
group by    alan8            
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answered Nov 23, 2009 at 04:51 AM

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