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T-SQL truncating decimal places

Posted on 2006-11-27
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i pulling data (numbers) that have 5 decimal places (5204.34000 for example).  these are actually dollar amounts. When i run a query i want to truncate the last 3 decimal places, but only in the results, not in the actual table.

So basically when i look at the results, i want to see 5204.34, but i dont  actually want the values changed in the table (so the table would still have 5204.34000).

 how do i do that?
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Aneesh Retnakaran earned 500 total points
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Hi sahnias,


select cast( round (UrColumn, 2) as numeric(10,2))

Cheers!
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