Display leading zeros in the ALV

Hello All,
My requirement is to display leading zeros in the ALV. The leading zeros are not getting displayed. Please suggest how do I achieve this. I have tries NO_ZERO = ' ' and lzero = ' '.
Thanks in advance.

Here is the Sample code for your ref
type-pools: slis.
data: begin of t_itab occurs 0,
       col1 type matnr,
       col2 type char10,
      end of t_itab.
data: t_fieldcat type slis_t_fieldcat_alv,
      w_fieldcat type slis_fieldcat_alv.
t_itab-col1 = 10.
t_itab-col2 = 'A'.
append t_itab.
clear t_itab.
t_itab-col1 = 11.
t_itab-col2 = 'B'.
append t_itab.
clear t_itab.
loop at t_itab.
      input         = t_itab-col1
     OUTPUT        = t_itab-col1 .
   modify t_itab index sy-tabix.
w_fieldcat-fieldname = 'COL1'.
w_fieldcat-lzero = 'X'.
append w_fieldcat to t_fieldcat.
clear w_fieldcat.
w_fieldcat-fieldname = 'COL2'.
append w_fieldcat to t_fieldcat.
clear w_fieldcat.
   I_CALLBACK_PROGRAM                = sy-repid
   IT_FIELDCAT                       = t_fieldcat
   I_SAVE                            = 'X'
    t_outtab                          = t_itab
   PROGRAM_ERROR                     = 1
   OTHERS                            = 2
IF sy-subrc <> 0.

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