ABAP Resultset without 2 decimals expected.

This is a simple program that aggregates columns providing resultset with 2 decimal places.
However, the result doesn't come with 2 decimal places, why?

Program:
DATA : average TYPE P DECIMALS 2,
      sum TYPE P DECIMALS 2.

SELECT AVG( menge ) SUM( menge )
  INTO (average, sum)
  FROM mari.

WRITE : / 'Average : ', average,
        /(30) ' Sum : ', sum


Result:
Average: 154.631,67
Sum: 1.478.278.810,02
gram77Asked:
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Onn LightSAP Technical ConsultantCommented:
Dear gram77

The SAP login id you are using has its 'Decimal Notation' set to the European standard (1.234.567,89).

In European standard comma (,) is used for Decimal point and stop (.) for thousand separator.

You can run tcode: SU3 and change the Decimal notation from the "Defaults" tab.

SU3-Default.png


thanks and regards
onn

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