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What I think I saw - So there I was happily loading a DECLAREd variable with a SELECT statement in a SQL Server SProc.  The variable was declared like this:

 

DECLARE @myVar decimal

 

The value I was retrieving was decimal - precision 19.2 - but what I got in my decimal variable was integer.   So I changed to a more specific definition like:

 

DECLARE @myVar decimal(19,2)

 

And then got what I expected, a decimal value.  So I’m guessing the “decimal” declaration must default to something like “decimal(19,0)”. 

 

Who knew?

 

  Bill J

  Charlotte NC

 

Posted on Sunday, May 1, 2005 4:40 PM 3. Who knew? | Back to top

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I was so much irritated and was not able to find correctly but you have helped.
Thank You
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Great! Thanks, this was very helpful :) I had exactly the same problem and had no clue what I could do to solve it.
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