How do you trim decimals in SQL?
Also question is, how do you trim decimal places in SQL?
Overview of SQL TRUNCATE() function The TRUNCATE() function returns n truncated to d decimal places. If you skip d , then n is truncated to 0 decimal places. If d is a negative number, the function truncates the number n to d digits left to the decimal point. The TRUNCATE() function is supported by MySQL.
Similarly, how define decimal in SQL? SQL Server Decimal
- 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.
- s is the scale which is the number of decimal digits that will be stored to the right of the decimal point.
Correspondingly, how do you truncate decimals?
To truncate a number to 1 decimal place, miss off all the digits after the first decimal place. To truncate a number to 2 decimal places, miss off all the digits after the second decimal place.
What is truncate function?
The TRUNCATE() function truncates a number to the specified number of decimal places. Note: See also the FLOOR(), CEIL(), CEILING(), and ROUND() functions.