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If you’d like to round a floating-point number to a specific number of decimal places in SQL, use the ROUND function. The first argument of this function is the column whose values you want to round; the second argument is optional and denotes the number of places to which you want to round.

## Is there a round function in SQL?

SQL Server ROUND() Function

The ROUND() function rounds a number to a specified number of decimal places.

## How do you convert to 2 decimal places in SQL?

Replace your query with the following. Select Convert(Numeric(38, 2), Minutes/60.0) from …. MySQL: Select Convert(Minutes/60.0, Decimal(65, 2)) from ….

## How do you round a whole number in SQL?

7 Answers. You could use the ceiling function; this portion of SQL code : select ceiling(45.01), ceiling(45.49), ceiling(45.99); will get you “46” each time.

## How do you round a number in SQL Server?

ROUND() Function in SQL Server

- This function is used to round off a specified number to a specified decimal places.
- This function accepts only all type of numbers i.e., positive, negative, zero.
- This function accepts fraction numbers.
- This function always returns the number after rounded to the specified decimal places.

## Does SQL round up or down?

SQL ROUND Function

You might have known CEILING and FLOOR, but ROUND is by far the most common. Rounding just means to round up from 5 or down from anything less. ROUND is unique because you can tell SQL which position you would like rounded.

## How do I round up in MySQL?

You can use ceil (ceiling). It only rounds up, so you’ll have to multiply with 10000, do the ceil and then divide the result again.

## How do you round to 2 decimal places?

Rounding to decimal places

- look at the first digit after the decimal point if rounding to one decimal place or the second digit for two decimal places.
- draw a vertical line to the right of the place value digit that is required.
- look at the next digit.
- if it’s 5 or more, increase the previous digit by one.

## How do you give a decimal value in SQL?

8 Answers. DECIMAL(18,0) will allow 0 digits after the decimal point. Use something like DECIMAL(18,4) instead that should do just fine! That gives you a total of 18 digits, 4 of which after the decimal point (and 14 before the decimal point).

## How do you round decimal to integer in SQL Server?

Quick suggestion, use the ROUND function to round the decimal and the CONVERT to return an Integer.

- USE tempdb;
- GO.
- SET NOCOUNT ON;
- declare @data decimal(18,2) = 5.55;
- SELECT CONVERT(INT,ROUND(@data,0,0),0);

## How do you round up to the next integer in SQL?

SQL uses the CEILING function to perform this computation. It takes a single argument: the column whose values you’d like to round up to the nearest integer. In our example, we’d like to calculate how many square meters (rounded up to the nearest integer) there are per one bike.