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Select for sql 2008

Posted on 2011-09-09
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I need to select all data associated with a certain grower in sql.

I have farmer 1, farmer 2 and farmer 3

I ahve a column named contract_information_grower and need to select all data from the table that is associated with farmer 1.
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by:HDM
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I also need to know how to take the decimals out of a number.

Right now it shows 9998.912

Would like it to show 9,999 when it shows up in excel.

Thanks!!

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JestersGrind earned 250 total points
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You can use CEILING(YourColumn) to round the number up to the next whole number.

For your query:
select *
from yourtable
where contact_information_grower ='farmer 1'

Greg
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SELECT * FROM tablename WHERE contract_information_grower = 'farmer 1'

SELECT round(numberfield,0) FROM tablename
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Thanks!!
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