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how to format a query

Hello,

When I make a query like this:

SELECT t1.price as 'listprice' FROM itm1 t1 WHERE t1.pricelist = 2

I get my prices with 5 decimals

If I use this:

SELECT T0.ItemCode,

(SELECT t1.price FROM itm1 t1 WHERE t1.itemcode = t0.itemcode AND t1.pricelist = 2) as 'listprice'

FROM OITM T0

I only get 2 decimals, but I need 5

What should I do?

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    Posted on Jun 20, 2006 at 10:53 AM

    Hi!

    Try this one:

    SELECT T0.ItemCode,

    REPLACE(CONVERT(VARCHAR,(SELECT t1.price FROM itm1 t1 WHERE t1.itemcode = t0.itemcode AND t1.pricelist = 2)),'.',',') as 'listprice'

    FROM OITM T0

    HTH.

    Anton.

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