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Can I format ,000 in SQL?

Posted on 2009-07-09
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Hi

Select amount from transactions

It shows 5000050

Can it be shown 5,000,050 ?

Can the query be formatted to do it?

I use MSSQL 2005
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DECLARE @v2 DECIMAL (36,10)
SELECT @v2 = 13243543.56565656

SELECT CONVERT(VARCHAR,CONVERT(MONEY,@v2),1) --13,243,543.57
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excellent! it is exactly what I need
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glad to help,

Ritesh Shah
www.SQLHub.com
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