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How can i cast integer to varchar

Posted on 2010-11-08
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Hi,
SELECT cast(cont as varchar(255)) FROM aa;  is giving error.

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You could do the following

select char(cont) from aa;

If you really want varchar

select varchar(char(cont)) from aa;
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by:Dave Ford
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Both of these work beautifully for me on DB2 for i (version 6.1)  -- DaveSlash


select varchar(anInteger)
from   MyTable

select cast(anInteger as varchar(255))
from   MyTable

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by:momi_sabag
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Which error do u get?
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by:sam2929
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by:Kent Olsen
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Dave's solutions work on LUW, too.
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