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Modulo Question for SQL Server

Modulo Question for SQL Server

Modulo Question for SQL Server

(OP)
SELECT        
    ACCOUNT_NUMBER,
    EM_NO + IN_BANK + NT_BANK AS SPA,
    CURRENT_BALANCE,
    CYCLE_CODE_99

FROM            
    dbo.MASTER_CUR
WHERE        
    ((EM_NO + IN_BANK + NT_BANK) IN
    ('502650000000', '851190000000')) AND
    (CURRENT_BALANCE between 1600 AND 5000)and
    CYCLE_CODE_99 in(2,4,6,8,12,14,16,18,20)


All I need is the the Even numbered cycle codes?
How can write this query without hard coding Cycle code? Thank you

RE: Modulo Question for SQL Server

Hiya,

You could try

SELECT        
    ACCOUNT_NUMBER,
    EM_NO + IN_BANK + NT_BANK AS SPA,
    CURRENT_BALANCE,
    CYCLE_CODE_99

FROM            
    dbo.MASTER_CUR
WHERE        
    ((EM_NO + IN_BANK + NT_BANK) IN
    ('502650000000', '851190000000')) AND
    (CURRENT_BALANCE between 1600 AND 5000)and
    CYCLE_CODE_99 % 2 = 0

The %2 = 0 will basicaly perform a divide by 2 and then check to see if the number is an integer. If so, it will be true, if not, it will be false.

HTH

Tim

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