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SQL update statement based on a formula?

Posted on 2014-03-18
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in my table PostalCodes i need to select all Postalcodes from dbo.postalcodes where LEN = 4, and then add a leading 0 (zero) in front of value and re-update it.

For example, postal codes in the table that look like this:  7712  should actually be 07712

Anyone know how to do this?
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update postalcodes
set postalcode = '0' + postalcode
where len(postalcode) = 4
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by:arthurh88
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bah!  i should have figured this one out :)  Thanks!!
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