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## How do you handle decimal value in SQL?

**The Basic syntax of Decimal data type in SQL Server**

- p stands for Precision, the total number of digits in the value, i.e. on both sides of the decimal point.
- s stands for Scale, number of digits after the decimal point.

## How do I stop SQL Server rounding off?

**Avoid rounding off decimal data, when using SUM function**

- declare @tab table (column1 float)
- insert @tab values (2082124.75499995), (0.00000001)
- select * from @tab.
- select sum(column1) from @tab — shows 2082124,75499996.

## 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 can I get value to 2 decimal places in SQL?

Select Convert(Numeric(38, 2), **Minutes/60.0**) from …. MySQL: Select Convert(Minutes/60.0, Decimal(65, 2)) from …. The Cast function is a wrapper for the Convert function.

## What is difference between numeric and decimal in SQL Server?

There is a small difference between NUMERIC(p,s) and DECIMAL(p,s) SQL numeric data type. NUMERIC determines the exact precision and scale. DECIMAL specifies only the exact scale; the precision is equal or greater than what is specified by the coder.

## How do I restrict decimal places in PEGA?

You can use integer,number or currency control and give **decimal places 2 in read only format** in presentation tab and enable checkbox “Display value using read-only formatting” .

## How do you truncate to 2 decimal places in Python?

Just use **the formatting with %.** **2f** which gives you rounding down to 2 decimals. You can use the string formatting operator of python “%”. “%.

## What is the difference between float and decimal?

Float stores an **approximate value** and decimal stores an exact value. In summary, exact values like money should use decimal, and approximate values like scientific measurements should use float. When multiplying a non integer and dividing by that same number, decimals lose precision while floats do not.

## Can we insert and delete rows into a view?

**Yes, possible to insert**,update and delete to view. view is a virtual table. Same Perform as insert,update,delete query.. A view can be defined as a virtual table or a stored query and the data accessible through a view is not stored in the database as a distinct object.

## How do you round up decimals in SQL Server?

Decimal data type value with positive Length

SELECT ROUND(@value, 1); SELECT ROUND(@value, 2); SELECT ROUND(@value, 3); In this example, we can see that with decimal values round up to the nearest value as per the length.