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What is the proper data type to get
NNNNNNNN

to 4 decimal places
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SELECT CONVERT(DECIMAL(12,4),10000)

BTW if you provide an example and desired result ... it will help
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SELECT CAST(column_name AS decimal(12, 4))
FROM ...

or

SELECT CAST(hardcoded_value AS decimal(12, 4))
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