Example-2 : Getting the number to the next two decimal places with the operational parameter 1 which says only to truncate the specified number (-23.456) to the given decimal places i, e., 2. SELECT ROUND(12.3456, 2, 1); Output : 12.3400. Example-3 : Using ROUND() function with a variable and getting the rounded number to -2 decimal place.

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to round numbers to a specific decimal place. continue to have a number instead of converting it to a string. Use the Round static method from the System.Math class. By default, it does not display decimal places, but you can easily change that behavior. The following code illustrates this procedure:

In SQL server float datatype does not display trailing zeros after decimal point. declare @num as float set @num=5.20 select @num will dispaly only 5.2 But i want it to display as 5.20. After a little research i found that it can be solved by using. select CAST(@num AS numeric(10,2)) But this is not the solution i am expecting.

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ROUND (number) Syntax. round_number::=. Description of the illustration round_number.gif. Purpose. ROUND returns n rounded to integer places to the right of the decimal point. If you omit integer, then n is rounded to 0 places. The argument integer can be negative to round off digits left of the decimal point.. n can be any numeric datatype or any nonnumeric datatype that can be implicitly ...

Russel Loski, MCT, MCSA SQL Server 2012, 2008, MCITP Business Intelligence Developer and Database Developer 2008 Twitter: @sqlmovers; blog: www.sqlmovers.com Marked as answer by Simran08 Thursday, June 27, 2013 10:35 AM

one sql 2000 table to a sql 2005 table. so naturally i've tried the conversions from both ends. i move the data over as a float, and try to convert to decimal. i have no idea how to

MySQL MySQLi Database. You can use TRUNCATE () function from MySQL to format number to 2 decimal places. The syntax is as follows −. SELECT TRUNCALTE (yourColumnName,2) as anyVariableName from yourTableName; To understand the above syntax, let us first create a table. The query to create a table is as follows −.

SQL Server 2000 but using CAST/CONVERT I can only get scientific notation i.e. 1e+006 instead of 1000000 which isn't really what I wanted. Preferably the varchar would display the number to 2 decimal places but I'd settle for integers only as this conversion isn't business critical and is a nice to have for background information.