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Topic # 232202 4-Apr-2018 15:46
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I've got four MySQL Queries where I need it to round to 100%, but I get the occasional one that rounds lower than the others meaning my total % is 99. Is there a quick and easy way of doing this, or should I just get the percentage of three numbers, then 100 - the three numbers?





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  Reply # 1988292 4-Apr-2018 16:44
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Maybe use the ceil(....) function?

Would need to see the statement to have some understanding of what your trying to do?

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  Reply # 1988332 4-Apr-2018 18:23
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I would never use a sql query to reduce accuracy (efficiency, reuse etc). Should be applied as a mask or formatting at the end?

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