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I have a field in an Access database table that holds a decimal (9,2) - dollars and cents.  I need to analyze only the records where the cents are greater than .00. I have tried splitting the data field but am unable to identify the correct SQL query commands to do this - any suggestions?  I have tried the split() function, but no luck.  Any advice will be greatly appreciated.  Thank you

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You might be able to do something like this.

SELECT myFieldA
FROM myTable
WHERE (myFieldA - Trunc(myFieldA, 2) <> 0);

Anything with a 0 decimal should end up as 0 and would be omitted. You can reverse this by changing <> to =

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