## How do you get 2 decimal places in SQL?

## How do you get 2 decimal places in SQL?

Below are four functions that can be used to format a number to two decimal places in SQL Server.

- The CAST() Function. The most obvious way to do it is to convert the number to a decimal type.
- The CONVERT() Function.
- The FORMAT() Function.
- The STR() Function.

### How do you set the number of decimal places in SQL?

To store numbers that have fixed precision and scale, you use the DECIMAL data type. In this syntax: p is the precision which is the maximum total number of decimal digits that will be stored, both to the left and to the right of the decimal point. The precision has a range from 1 to 38.

**How do you set precision in SQL?**

In TSQL, you can specify two different sizes for float, 24 or 53. This will set the precision to 7 or 15 digits respectively. Show activity on this post. As a general rule, you can’t specify the number of digits after the decimal point for a floating-point number.

**How do I select decimal value in SQL?**

Use the CAST() function to convert an integer to a DECIMAL data type. This function takes an expression or a column name as the argument, followed by the keyword AS and the new data type. In our example, we converted an integer (12) to a decimal value (12.00).

## How do you ROUND up in SQL?

In Oracle, MySQL, and PostgreSQL, you can use either the CEIL() or CEILING() function to round up.

### How do you round to decimal places?

To round to a decimal place:

- 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.

**How do I add two decimal columns in SQL?**

Convert the value after you add them: select cast(EY_AmountIncl_LC + EY_AmountExcl_LC as decimal(30, 2)) as result; The rules for the scale and precision of the result of an arithmetic expression on decimals are . . .

**How do you find decimal precision in SQL?**

select length( substr( cast(Column as text), instr(cast(Column as text), ‘. ‘)+1 ) ) as “Column-precision” from “Table”; The code will cast the column as text, then get the index of a period ( . ) in the text, and fetch the substring from that point on to the end of the text.

## What is precision in SQL?

Precision is the number of digits in a number. Scale is the number of digits to the right of the decimal point in a number. For example, the number 123.45 has a precision of 5 and a scale of 2. In SQL Server, the default maximum precision of numeric and decimal data types is 38.