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Dividing one int type column by another int column and returning a numeric value for a list

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How is the best way to divide an int column by another int column and returning a numeric value for a set of records (one operation per row) such as

select col1, col2, col2/col1 * 100 as col3
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Kyle Abrahams earned 500 total points
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that is fine . . . if you're looking for a % then just cast them as numbers:

select col1, col2, cast (col2 as number(18,2)) / cast (col1 as number(18,2)) * 100 as col3
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