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I have some case about 8.89291 value in SQL database.

In this case if I'm running:

select cast(ROUND(8.89291,0) as float)

The output is : 9

What I'm actually looking for is

The output is : 8.9

How can I get this value?

Will you guys please help me?

Your `precision`

is 0 so its giving the whole value.

select cast(round(8.89291, 1) as float)

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If you are open to casting, then you don't also need to call `ROUND`

. Consider casting to `NUMERIC(10,1`

):

SELECT CAST(8.89291 AS NUMERIC(10,1));

##### Demo

(demo for SQL Server, but the above would run on many other databases as well)

**How to remove Decimal point – SQLServerCentral,** Hi i have column with data type as Varchar.The coloumns contains the numbers with decimal point in between for ex: 789.24,7892.5 etc. One of the columns I am selecting is numeric with a decimal within the column. In my select, I am converting the numeric to an alpha field. However, the "." (decimal point) still shows up in the field. How can I select/convert this column so that the decimal point is removed in the selected data? Thanks very much,

You had selected `0`

that mean float function will treat as `Integer`

,for the `float`

you have to put 1 instead of 0 ,please check below one.

select cast(ROUND(8.89291,1) as float)

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You can use

SELECT CAST(ROUND(8.89291,2) AS NUMERIC(12,1))

or

SELECT CAST(8.89291 AS NUMERIC(12,1))

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##### Comments

- this is better approach , round not needed