How To Change A Decimal Number To Percent Format Number?
in my sql, i want to change a decimal number to percent format number, just so it is convenient for users. for example there is a decimal number 0.98, i want to change it to 98%, how can i complete it?
I am having a problem retaining the right 2 decimal places in my datagrid field. I have it defined as a decimal but when the update happens it rounds the decimal places back to .00.
Dim NewMarkup As String
'retrieve the new values
NewMarkup = CType(e.Item.FindControl("Markup"), TextBox).Text
'create the ado.net objects
Dim command As New SqlCommand("UpdatePricing", connection)
command.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
command.Parameters.Add("@Markup", SqlDbType.Decimal, 5)
command.Parameters("@Markup").Value = CDec(NewMarkup)
I want to format a number like "#,##0.00" in order to handle it in Excel as a number (i.e. compute a sum).
Excel is able to show a number in a specail format and still allow to compute with ...
Thanks in advance,
Hello,How should I create a column to save data with the folowing format 10.10 or 10.20 or 10.30 or 150.30 or 10 or 150.It is basically process step in a diagram flow.I tried with decimal but with 10.10 , it removes automatically the 0.Thanks
When I declare a VB variable Dim s as Decimal,
I want to cast d like this : 1452,4141,0045,47756544,04
Only with to digits after the ","
How can I perform this
there is a column which type is float in a table, i want to set the precision of its value, for example if its value is 10.333888, i want to get its value as 10.33, how to complete it in a select Sql?
I have just loaded my db table from an excel file using the import wizard. Prior to the import, I set my data types and in the field that I need a number with 1 decimal place I chose a decimal data type.
Made since to me
However, now my numbers do not have the decimals.
I am sorry if i am posting this error in an inappropriate froum.
Well in my asp.net intranet web application i want to enter a number to the database(sql sever 2005) that has a column(schoolkm) whose type is decimal(9, 2). Now if i want to enter the value 1.5 in the text box and enter that value to the database through interface then that value automatically rounds to 2. But when i get into the table and enter that value by hand then that value enters perfectly i.e. without rounding of. I want to know the reason and how can i cure this problem.
Regards & thanks in advance
Nice easy one (hopefully) from a newbie on SQL 2000.
I have a table HolidayTakenBooked which is populated from a stored procedure via the following statement;
TRUNCATE TABLE HolidayTakenBooked
INSERT INTO HolidayTakenBooked
SELECT * FROM #TMP_HolidayTakenBooked ORDER BY ABR_Clock_No
I am finding that for certain values in the HolidayTakenBooked table decimals are not being transferred correctly. ie. 0.5 in the TMP table appears as 1 in the HolidayTakenBooked table.
I'm pretty sure that this is down to the data definition of the table see sample field below;
[HOL_DaysTaken1] [decimal](18, 0) NULL ,
So the simple question here is how do I define decimal places when I define a new table. When designing a new table in Enterprise Manager I select decimal and the server does not allow me to change the value of 9 it defaults to.
What simple thing I am not doing ?
I have a column in the data base with the type Float,
I want to limit the number of digits after decimal point to 2 when I display the value in ASP.NET but I don't know how!?
the number that appear after calculation llike "93.333333"
I use decimal(2,2) as data type but an error accour and this is the message
"- Unable to modify table. Arithmetic overflow error converting float to data type numeric.The statement has been terminated."
Can you help me..
I am doing some simple arithmatic for a query that I am working on. What I have below describes the arithmatic that is taking place withing a portion of the query:
select(o.sales_val/o.qty_sales) as 'Unit_Price', (o.acctng_cost_val/o.qty_sales) as 'Unit_Cost'
from opcsahf as o
The division is correct. My only issue is that the results for 'Unit Price' or 'Unit Cost' may be formatted like example: 4.25000000.
How can I have my nubers show up with only to 2 decimal places instead of all the zeros at teh end?
I need to change a number that looks like 1365 and make it look like 1,365 without any decimal or trailing zeros. Then number can even be a 7 digit number. It seems like the only way I know is the money to varchar conversion using style 1, but this adds trailing zeros and a decimal point. Can anyone help on this
how can I get 1,33 for 12/9
sql server gives 1
In the report Layout, if I right-click a cell that is located in the table details row, click Properties, and select the Format tab, there is an option for the Format code. I click on the little dot-dot-dot icon (...) and it brings up the Choose Format option. The choices are Default, Number, Date, Time, Percentage, and Currency. The format that I am interested in is Number, so I click on Number. Now, it shows '1234' ; '1,234.00' ; '1234' ; '1234.00' ; and finally '1.234123e+003'. The choice that I am looking for (or desire) is something that would show 9,452 and that is it. No decimals, but want the comma. I do not see an option for this. The option '1,234.00' has decimals. The two options '1234' and '1234' appear to not have decimals, but they do not appear to have commas either. Further, what is the difference between the first '1234' and the second '1234'?
*** Also, I have a couple formulas that I have entered. I have tried to change the Number Format for these cells in the table details row and nothing changes. Still the same format.
When setting the format property for a textbox containing a number the first parameter relates to a positive number, the second negative and the third to zero.
eg #,###; (#,###); 0
Is there a way of also formatting Null values in the same way without writing custom code?
I have number field that I am trying to format. The number currently shows -7899.99. I would like it to show (7,899.99) for negative and 7,899.99 for positive.
Any ideas on how to do this?
I have a phone number coming from the database coming in the format of 2132563111. How can I do this in sql query213-563-3111
Please let me know if there is any function that does it.
I have a price field that when I query it, it returns the price as"5.0000". What function can I use to return the price as "5.00"?THANKS
How to format phone numbers in sql? in current fields some phone number entered like this:
1 800 7894564
I am trying to get into uniform like this:
I have phone number column in Excel file. The phone number is in this format: 523-349-0212. When this data imported in to SQLServer file, it is not keeping the format, storing it as 5233490212. The data type of this column is varchar. How to keep this format?
Thanks in advance
I'm having some problem to format my date and number fields!! :-(
In my column I have a date in the format 2007-05-28 00:00:00, and I want it to 28-05-2007.
And the field number I have in the format 28377497636.4987 and I need or 28.377.497.636,4987
or ‚¬ 28.377.497.636.4987.
Could you help me?
hi need help
i have table employee
i need to change to the employee Once a month the number from 1 to 2 (once a month)
in the first day of the month evry month
and loop back to 1 . 2 .3 .4
evry month next number from 1 to 4
empid val_Number date
11111 1 17/01/2008
2222 4 19/12/2007
3333 3 19/12/2007
i need to see it like next month (in the first day of next the month)
empid val_Number date new_val
11111 1 17/01/2008 2
2222 4 19/12/2007 1
3333 3 19/12/2007 4
HiI'm not sure if this is a .net or a SQL issue. My development machine is using SQL 2005 while the live server is SQL2000. I have a smallmoney field in the database for holding a house rent. The following is used to display the contents on the page<asp:Label ID="lblrent" runat="server" Text='<%# Bind("rent", "(0:0.00)") %>'></asp:Label>In development, the number is displayed correctly, with the decimal place, .e.g. 200.50 but on the live server the number is displayed as 20050,00. What I have noticed in the database is that the number is held differentlySQL 2005 - 200.5000SQL 2000 - 20050Is there a difference between SQL 2000 and 2005? How do I get around this problem?
I have an autonumber in the format /100, which displays the first entry as 101 2nd as 102 and so on,
When i come to retrieve the data and display it on an aspx webpage it displays the values as 1,2,3,4 etc....
Is this an access thing or should i ask in the .net section?
like (###) ###-####.
I know that
however, the results will be like
but I do not know how to format the phone number.
can you help me to figure it out please?