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SQLCMD leave 000s after rounding

Posted on 2008-09-29
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Hi

I have a sqlcmd script that runs a simple select query and outputs it to a .csv

However one of the fields rounds using

ROUND(dbo.KASSTRNS.KAS_BETRAG / 1.175, 2, 2) AS Expr2

But when I look at that in the out put file its change for example 1.22222 to 1.22000

Is there any way I can drop the 000 at the end??

Cheers

Brasso
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cast(ROUND(dbo.KASSTRNS.KAS_BETRAG / 1.175, 2, 2)AS DECIMAL(18,2)) AS Expr2

 
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