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  1. Is it possible to left pad a matched group? Here is my situation. I am working on a program to integrate inventory from my companies warehouse with our website. Our part numbers in our Warehouse inventory look like this: 1501895, 1000973, 5000165, 6000002, etc. On our website, these same numbers would look like this: 15-1895, 1-973,5-165, 6-02 My program monitors our warehouse inventory database for changes, and when a change is made it needs to find the matching item on our website. This is the code that I originally used: StringRegExpReplace($new_items[$i][0],"([1-9]{1,2})(0*)(
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