- Nov 13, 2020 · Can somebody help me in writing the query to pad zeros for a
**decimal****values**. At the moment it is with 00000.0000000000 ( with a length of 5.10 ) I want to write a statement to convert them to 0000000000.00000000000000000000 ( with a length of 10.20 ) Another example : 02345.0000123245 will change to 0000002345.00000000000000123245. Thanks in ... - write: gv_variable
**decimals**0. i need only remove the zero**after decimal points**only.**decimal**0 -- this statement obmit the all**decimals value**. SHIFT**VALUE**LEFT DELETING LEADING '0'. STR (6)**VALUE**'ghijkl'. WRITE STRING. SHIFT STRING LEFT DELETING LEADING SPACE (or use 0 to detete 0). WRITE / STRING. - That should grab everything with more than 2 digits to the right of the
**decimal**. You can pull the properties of that column / field from SSMS >> Databases >> YourDatabase >> Tables >> YourTable >> Columns >> amount. Then you can check in there how that field is defined. Check for the Length**value**on the General tab. - Nov 13, 2020 · Can somebody help me in writing the query to pad zeros for a
**decimal****values**. At the moment it is with 00000.0000000000 ( with a length of 5.10 ) I want to write a statement to convert them to 0000000000.00000000000000000000 ( with a length of 10.20 ) Another example : 02345.0000123245 will change to 0000002345.00000000000000123245. Thanks in ... - Sep 22, 2012 · Hi, You can use floor and then subtract that number. declare @d
**decimal**(10,3) select @d = 2.938 select @d - floor(@d) if also negative number