Transact SQL :: Concatenate String Using Conditions?

Sep 19, 2015

I have a SQL table like this

col1      col2      col3
1           0          0
1           0          1
1           1          1
0           1          0

I am expecting output as 

col1      col2       col3      NewCol
1           0          0             SL
1           0          1             SL,PL
1           1          1             SL,EL,PL
0           1          0             EL

condition if col>0 then SL else '',  if col2>0 EL else '', if col3>0 PL else ''

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Have this table

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Code Snippet

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