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SQl query for subtracting one column from the other

What is the SQL query to subtract one column from the other?
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Assuming that your query was
SELECT KEYFIELD, VALUE1, VALUE2 FROM TABLENAME
and you wanted a 4th column containing Value1 less Value2, you could try
SELECT KEYFIELD, VALUE1, VALUE2, VALUE1-VALUE2 AS DIFFERENCE FROM TABLENAME.

If your question meant something else, please clarify.
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