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SQL Server 2005 and padding zeroes

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I have a field that is Numeric(8,4)

When a value is 40.25

How do I desplay as
00402500
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SELECT RIGHT('0000'+ cast( CAST(yourNumber*10000 as int) as varchar ) ,8)
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aneeshattingal,
 That's why you get the big money!
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