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divide by zero error

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this query is returning an error: Divide by zero error encounterd how do i fix it to make the result 0


SELECT     dbo.viewDocumentCount.[Project Name], dbo.viewDocumentCount.DocumentCount / CAST(dbo.viewTotalDays.TotalDays AS Float) AS DaysOpenAvg
FROM         dbo.viewDocumentCount INNER JOIN
                      dbo.viewTotalDays ON dbo.viewDocumentCount.ID = dbo.viewTotalDays.ID
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SELECT     dbo.viewDocumentCount.[Project Name],
case CAST(dbo.viewTotalDays.TotalDays AS Float)
when 0 then 0
else
dbo.viewDocumentCount.DocumentCount / CAST(dbo.viewTotalDays.TotalDays AS Float)
end AS DaysOpenAvg
FROM         dbo.viewDocumentCount INNER JOIN
                      dbo.viewTotalDays ON dbo.viewDocumentCount.ID = dbo.viewTotalDays.ID
0
 

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