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Sep 02, 2008

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How to take an integer with no leading zeros and display it with leading zeros?

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#NumberFormat(Your_Integer, 0000)# is an example that will take a number and pad it with up to 4 leading zeroes.

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How to take an integer with no leading zeros and display it with leading zeros?

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#NumberFormat(Your_Integer, 0000)# is an example that will take a number and pad it with up to 4 leading zeroes.

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repeatstring() function comes to mind...

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#NumberFormat(Your_Integer, 0000)# is an example that will take a number and pad it with up to 4 leading zeroes.

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There are a couple of ways. Let's say you are looking for 7 digits altogether.

Method 1
NewString = '0000000' & thenumber;
NewString = right(newString, 7);

Method 2
while (len(thenumber) lt 7)
thenumber = '0' & thenumber;

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I'm totally new to Acrobat:

In a fillable form, I have created a 5-digit numeric field but I actually need to pad the user-entry with leading zero's so that, for exmaple, if user entered "123", the field would become "00123". I assume the field needs to be formatted as "Custom" instead of "Number" but don't know what to put in "Custom Format Script". Again I have zero knowledge, so I'm hoping someone can tell me exactly how to do this .... much appreciated.

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