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Hi!

I have been trying to convert this column to int.

Here is my query:
SQL
SELECT CAST(SUBSTRING(loanAmount, PATINDEX('%[^0 ]%', loanAmount + ' '), LEN(loanAmount))AS INT)
FROM [dbCMSextract].[dbo].[tblLoanMaster_copy]

But it keeps returning me this error:

Msg 245, Level 16, State 1, Line 1<br />
Conversion failed when converting the varchar value '1.00' to data type int.


Sample Data
loanAmount: 00001.00
Posted

SQL
CAST('00001.00' as float) 
will work
if you need int type
SQL
SELECT CAST( CAST('00001.00' as float) as int)

or
SQL
SELECT CAST(ROUND('00001.00',0,1) AS INT)
 
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Try this ,
SQL
SELECT Cast(Cast(SUBSTRING('1.00', PATINDEX('%[^0 ]%', '1.00' + ' '), LEN('1.00')) as Decimal) as Int)

Or
SQL
SELECT Cast(Cast(SUBSTRING('1.00', PATINDEX('%[^0 ]%', '1.00' + ' '), LEN('1.00')) as float) as Int)
 
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