# SQL Decimal

SQL Decimal is used to specify the values in decimal datatype.

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# SQL Decimal

SQL Decimal is used to specify the values in decimal datatype. The Decimal datatype can be of two types : Decimal (p) refers to floating point and Decimal fixed point (p,s). The DECIMAL data type can store decimal floating-point numbers up to a maximum of 32 significant digits and Decimal fixed point can store upto 16 significant digits.

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The Tutorial illustrate an example from 'SQL Decimal'. To understand and grasp the example we create a table 'emp' that has the required fieldnames and datatypes respectively.

Create table stu:

 `Create table emp( id int, name varchar(15), salary decimal(5));`

Insert values:

The insert into is used to add the records to the table 'emp'.

 ```insert into emp values (1,'Ajay',12000); insert into emp values (2,'Bhanu',12000); insert into emp values (3,'Komal',12000); insert into emp values (4,'Rakesh',12000);```

emp table

 ```mysql> select * from emp; +------+--------+--------+ | id | name | salary | +------+--------+--------+ | 1 | Ajay | 12000 | | 2 | Bhanu | 12000 | | 3 | Komal | 12000 | | 4 | Rakesh | 12000 | +------+--------+--------+ 4 rows in set (0.02 sec)```

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