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## How do I change to 2 decimal places in SQL Server?

Generally you can define the precision of a number in SQL by defining it with parameters. For most cases this will be NUMERIC(10,2) or Decimal(10,2) – will define a column as a Number with 10 total digits with a precision of 2 (decimal places).

## How do you round and remove decimals in SQL?

**The following shows the syntax of the TRUNCATE() function:**

- TRUNCATE(n, d)
- ROUND(n,d, f)
- SELECT TRUNCATE(123.4567,2);
- SELECT TRUNCATE(123.4567,-2);

## How do I reduce decimal places in SQL?

The SQL AVG() function returns the average value with default decimal places. The **CAST()** is used to increase or decrease the decimal places of a value. The CAST() function is much better at preserving the decimal places when converting decimal and numeric data types.

## How do I remove decimal places in SQL?

**SQL Query to Remove Decimal Values**

- Using ROUND() function: This function in SQL Server is used to round off a specified number to a specified decimal places.
- Using FLOOR() function: It returns the largest integer value that is less than or equal to a number.

## How do you round to 2 decimal places?

**Rounding to decimal places**

- look at the first digit after the decimal point if rounding to one decimal place or the second digit for two decimal places.
- draw a vertical line to the right of the place value digit that is required.
- look at the next digit.
- if it’s 5 or more, increase the previous digit by one.

## What is round function in SQL?

In SQL Server (Transact-SQL), the ROUND function **returns a number rounded to a certain number of decimal places**.

## How do I round a column in SQL?

If you’d like to round a floating-point number to a specific number of decimal places in SQL, **use the ROUND function**. The first argument of this function is the column whose values you want to round; the second argument is optional and denotes the number of places to which you want to round.

## How do I separate decimal values in SQL?

**Suppose we have student marks in decimal and we want to split integer and fractional part from it then we can write the query as:**

- DECLARE @Marks DECIMAL(18,2)=70.50.
- SELECT LEFT(@Marks, CHARINDEX(‘.’, @ …
- SELECT LEFT(@Marks,CHARINDEX(‘.’,@ …
- Id INT IDENTITY(1,1),
- ItemName VARCHAR(100),
- Price DECIMAL(18,2)

## How do I compare two decimal values in SQL?

Hence, this is equivalent to: declare @num1 decimal(18, 0) = 1.98; **declare @num2 decimal(18, 0) = 2.2**; SQL Server then assigns the values by converting the constants to the appropriate value, and both are being set to “2.”. You need to explicitly set the precision/scale if you want those values to be stored exactly.

## Where is decimal places in SQL?

**You cannot reliably** find the number of decimal places a number in a database has, because it is approximated to round it to store in a limited amount of storage. The difference between the real value, or even the exact binary value in the database will be rounded to represent it in decimal.

## How do I remove decimal places in mysql?

**2 Answers**

- If you want to round off decimal places, use ROUND(yourColumn,0) function. So 13.78 will become 14.
- If you want to get rid of decimal places, user FLOOR(yourColumn) So 13.78 will become 13.

## What is Floor in SQL?

In SQL Server (Transact-SQL), the FLOOR function **returns the largest integer value that is equal to or less than a number**.

## What is the difference between round and truncate?

ROUND() function rounds the number up or down depends upon the second argument D and the number itself(digit after D decimal places >=5 or not). TRUNCATE() function truncate the number up to D number of decimal places without checking whether the digit after D decimal >=5 or not.