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I have an alphanumeric primary key that goes
REF0001
REF0002
REF0003
e.t.c.
When i get to REF9999 and enter REF10000 it does not store it after
REF9999 but stores it after REF100. Why is this ?
Is there a quick way that i can add leading 0's onto my records
so it will read
REF000001
REF000002
REF000003
e.t.c
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