Function StrZero() Foundation
Converts a numeric value to a character string with leading zeros.
StrZero( <nValue>, [<nLength>], [<nDecimals>] ) --> cString
The function StrZero() formats a numeric value <nValue> as a character string with leading zeros. The length of the character string returned from StrZero() is dependent on the optional arguments <nLength> and <nDecimals>, following the same rules as the function Str().
The conversion function StrZero() transforms a numeric value to a character string with leading zeros. If the numeric value is negative, the minus sign precedes the value.
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