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CSV file format export and leading zeroes.


CSV file format export and leading zeroes.

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cdutre
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I was asked to do this for ICD-9 diagnosis fields that may have leading or trailing zeros to be retained in CSV export from SSRS 2008 R2. Example is 090.10 for a diagnosis. I found that adding a carriage return to the expression in Visual Studio will preserve the zeros! Looks good in regular Excel/PDF output and print as well.

Fields!diag_field.Value + chr(13)
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