## Algorithm

Problem Name: 1179. Reformat Department Table

SQL Schema

Table: `Department`

```+-------------+---------+
| Column Name | Type    |
+-------------+---------+
| id          | int     |
| revenue     | int     |
| month       | varchar |
+-------------+---------+
(id, month) is the primary key of this table.
The table has information about the revenue of each department per month.
The month has values in ["Jan","Feb","Mar","Apr","May","Jun","Jul","Aug","Sep","Oct","Nov","Dec"].
```

Write an SQL query to reformat the table such that there is a department id column and a revenue column for each month.

Return the result table in any order.

The query result format is in the following example.

Example 1:

```Input:
Department table:
+------+---------+-------+
| id   | revenue | month |
+------+---------+-------+
| 1    | 8000    | Jan   |
| 2    | 9000    | Jan   |
| 3    | 10000   | Feb   |
| 1    | 7000    | Feb   |
| 1    | 6000    | Mar   |
+------+---------+-------+
Output:
+------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----+-------------+
| id   | Jan_Revenue | Feb_Revenue | Mar_Revenue | ... | Dec_Revenue |
+------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----+-------------+
| 1    | 8000        | 7000        | 6000        | ... | null        |
| 2    | 9000        | null        | null        | ... | null        |
| 3    | null        | 10000       | null        | ... | null        |
+------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----+-------------+
Explanation: The revenue from Apr to Dec is null.
Note that the result table has 13 columns (1 for the department id + 12 for the months).
```

## Code Examples

### #1 Code Example with SQL

```Code - SQL```

``````
SQL Schema

Table: Department

+-------------+---------+
| Column Name | Type    |
+-------------+---------+
| id          | int     |
| revenue     | int     |
| month       | varchar |
+-------------+---------+
(id, month) is the primary key of this table.
The table has information about the revenue of each department per month.
The month has values in ["Jan","Feb","Mar","Apr","May","Jun","Jul","Aug","Sep","Oct","Nov","Dec"].

Write an SQL query to reformat the table such that there is a department id column and a revenue column for each month.

Return the result table in any order.

The query result format is in the following example.

Example 1:

Input:
Department table:
+------+---------+-------+
| id   | revenue | month |
+------+---------+-------+
| 1    | 8000    | Jan   |
| 2    | 9000    | Jan   |
| 3    | 10000   | Feb   |
| 1    | 7000    | Feb   |
| 1    | 6000    | Mar   |
+------+---------+-------+
Output:
+------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----+-------------+
| id   | Jan_Revenue | Feb_Revenue | Mar_Revenue | ... | Dec_Revenue |
+------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----+-------------+
| 1    | 8000        | 7000        | 6000        | ... | null        |
| 2    | 9000        | null        | null        | ... | null        |
| 3    | null        | 10000       | null        | ... | null        |
+------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----+-------------+
Explanation: The revenue from Apr to Dec is null.
Note that the result table has 13 columns (1 for the department id + 12 for the months).

``````
Copy The Code &

Input

cmd
Department table: +------+---------+-------+ | id | revenue | month | +------+---------+-------+ | 1 | 8000 | Jan | | 2 | 9000 | Jan | | 3 | 10000 | Feb | | 1 | 7000 | Feb | | 1 | 6000 | Mar | +------+---------+-------+

Output

cmd
+------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----+-------------+ | id | Jan_Revenue | Feb_Revenue | Mar_Revenue | ... | Dec_Revenue | +------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----+-------------+ | 1 | 8000 | 7000 | 6000 | ... | null | | 2 | 9000 | null | null | ... | null | | 3 | null | 10000 | null | ... | null | +------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----+-------------+