I need to store numbers which contain '0' as the first digit like '001', '01' .
A little history. A DNA clone_id is denoted by '894001A01.x1'. I
need to sort clone_id, and have broken it down into its meaningful
plate row: A
plate column: 01
CREATE TABLE clone_fasta (
project integer NOT NULL,
plate integer NOT NULL,
p_row char(1) NOT NULL,
p_column integer NOT NULL,
read char(1) NOT NULL,
ver integer NOT NULL,
length integer NOT NULL,
seq text NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (project,plate,p_row,p_column,read,ver)
Unfortunately, storing these numbers as integers converts 001 ->1,
which I can't use.
How does one store a number like '001'?
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