Function to perform numeric to string conversion
STRZERO(<expN1> [, <expN2> [, <expN3>]])
The STRZERO() function converts the numeric expression <expN1> to a right justified character string of width <expN2>, rounded to <expN3> decimal places. If <expN2> is not specified, then a string of 10 characters is returned. If <expN3> is not specified, then <expN1> is treated as an integer. The STRZERO() function operates in the same way as the STR() function except that zeroes are placed at the start of the string instead of spaces. This function is very useful for storing numeric numbers in character fields so that they appear in the expected sequential order.
? strzero(1234,8) 00001234
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