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How do I Zero Fill a Result when I have a REPLACE Function in the Query

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So, this is the last part of my Query where It pulls up the Amount the Check is for, removes the Decimal, but I need it to be Zero Filled to the Left up to 10 Digits.

This is the Part of the Query I have so far.
REPLACE (CAST(checknet AS VARCHAR(20)), '.',  '')

When the Result comes back, it will come back as follows:

0001234567890010000029974201202281833329

The very last part of that you will see 1833329 That is the check amount of $18,333.29

Because that is only 7 Digits, I need 3 Zero's to fill to the Right.

Thanks again for all of your guy's help!
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Kent Olsen earned 2000 total points
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Howdy....

Use exactly the same technique that you used for the check number


  RIGHT ('0000000' + REPLACE (CAST(checknet AS VARCHAR(20)), '.',  ''), 7)


Good Luck,
Kent
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by:Rmumpower00
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Kent,
You are the man!  Thank you
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