Displaying Currency without the Decimal in SQL

I have a Column in a Table that has Currency input into it.  I need to display this Currency as part of a String without the Decimal.

How do I go about doing this?

This is what I have thus far
SELECT '0000012345678901'+LTRIM(CAST(ITEMNO AS VARCHAR(20)))+''+CAST(checknet AS VARCHAR(20))+''+CONVERT(varchar(10),checkdt, 112)+CASE(ckstatus)
WHEN 'O' THEN '' WHEN 'V' THEN 'C' END +''  as Val
FROM mytable

Where you see +CAST(checknet AS VARCHAR(20)) is where I need to extract the information from that Column and display it without the Decimal.

Thank you
Rmumpower00Asked:
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Kent OlsenDBACommented:
Hi Rmum,

Probably the easiest way is just to cast it to an integer.

  SELECT cast (column * 100 as INTEGER) FROM ...

That will preserve the two decimal places and display the entire value.



Good Luck,
Kent
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Rmumpower00Author Commented:
Kent,
Could you possibly put what you're talking about into the string that I listed?
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musickmannData AnalystCommented:
Would using the REPLACE (string_expression, search_string,  replacement_string) function work for you? Might look something like this:


 REPLACE (CAST(checknet AS VARCHAR(20)), '.',  '')
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Rmumpower00Author Commented:
Musickmann That worked!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you!
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Kent OlsenDBACommented:
SELECT
  '0000012345678901'+LTRIM(CAST(ITEMNO AS VARCHAR(20)))+''+
  cast (cast (column * 100 as INTEGER) as varchar(20) +
  ''+CONVERT(varchar(10),checkdt, 112)+
  CASE(ckstatus) WHEN 'O' THEN '' WHEN 'V' THEN 'C' END +''  as Val
FROM mytable

Though the double casting might make musickmann's suggestion to use REPLACE easier.


Kent
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