Getting The Decimal Part Of A Number

Kevin Feasel

2017-01-24

T-SQL

Madhivanan JR shows two methods for extracting the decimal value of a number:

One of the questions asked in a forum.  “What are the different methods to extract decimal part from a number?”.

There can be many methods. Two simple methods are as shown below

Click through for the two methods.  I knew method #1 but didn’t think about method #2 because I’ve always thought of the modulo with respect to integers, but it makes sense.

Related Posts

Obfuscating Continuous Variables

Phil Factor continues his series on data obfuscation: Imagine that you have a table giving invoice values. You will want your spoof data to conform with the same ups and downs of the real data over time. You may be able to get the overall distribution the same as the real data, but the resulting […]

Read More

Creating An Inline Table-Valued Function In SQL Server

Jeanne Combrinck looks at inline table-valued functions in SQL Server: Lets start off with what is a table-valued function (TVF)? A TVF is a dynamic table produced at the time of execution, depending on parameters. Like a view, a TVF creates a result set only when it’s executed, but, unlike a view, it can be […]

Read More

Categories

January 2017
MTWTFSS
« Dec Feb »
 1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031