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SQL 2005 - Numbers keep rounding up

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I have a data entry form and the numbers keep rounding up.  What SQL 2005 data type will stop this and still allow calculations?

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John
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try either
decimal
money
double
float

depends on which calculatations you need, but decimal will probably be the best for you
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Thanks, now I can format to get the correct display
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