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|Perl regexps not matching string with leading zeros / incorrectly escaped numerals with leading zeros on command line in Perl|
| by undeinpirat in Access|
I have updated this question, as in the original question the issue
I was chasing turned out to be an alltogether different bug (not
interesting in this context). But the second order mistake I did in
testing is something others may run into and produced an answer with a
very interesting insight,
| by Caveman in Access|
I am formatting a table to be exported via fixed width and one of
the main frame requirments is to have the dollar amount with leading
zeros. So if a dollar amount is 500.02, I would need to update the
tables dollar amount to 00000000000050002. Since the dollar amount
will change, I will on
| Leading Zeros |
| by Ryan in Access|
On a z/OS DB2 v8 platform, this refers to formatting a SMALLINT field
two zoned-decimal (character) numerics, with a leading zero
is only one significant digit. I tried several
different CAST formats
with no luck.
Is this possible?
| by JackBurton in Access|
I have the next code:
| by Fremont in Access|
I have a Access application
that has a form that pulls in from a table a text value that includes
01, 02, 03, 04, etc. The first time I open this form it looks up an
id number and the corresponding location *the numbers above and it
pulls in correctly. When
|Use leading Zeros
| by el-Capitan in Access|
I am setting up a query that will be exported to a text file to
be read in by one of our accounting programs.
The query will be
exported in a Pipe Delimited format and i have set this up in my code
and query. The problem i am having is that the program requires the
numeric colums to be
|Leading zeros ::::|
| by Dennis Caldwell in Access|
program pics;var N : integer; OutString : string;begin
for N := 1 to 6 do begin Str(2*N, OutString);
writeln('image'+ OutString) endend.
That is the code I've
got and here is its output:
| by luger in Access|
Ok, so i've tried to search the forum for this issue, becuase i
know leading zeros cause problems, but i hadn't found any answers that
work for my situation.
I have code that is updating a table with
ID numbers. I tried using an auto field but the update sql wouldn't
work correctly, so th
!! $ !!|
| by sReas in Access|
I have a customer number field that needs the leading zeros put
back into the field.
Is there a way?
|Pad with leading zeros|
| by Skurge in Access|
How can i pad my integer variable with leading zeros.
have an integer abc with value 20 but i want it to be