Round And Show To 2 Decimal Places?

Hi All,

I have a small question to ask. How to round a numeric field upto 2 decimal places, and also show it with 2 decimal places only

For example the following would return 255.88000000000
select round(255.87908765444,2)

How to get 255.88 only?

Pleas help.

Thanks,

Zee

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