Please, help me with the syntax that I cannot improve myself.
I need to identify string variables, that contain certain number (let's say 410).
The problem is that this string variable can contain such data as "V410", "4107", "57410", etc.
I need to identify only those strings that starts from "410" and does not matter what goes latter. There should be, however, nothing in front. Thus, among "V410", "4107", "57410" only "4107" should be selected.
I tried to use the following syntax, but it identifies all strings that contian "410":
Assuming that the string always starts with what you are looking for then
should do the trick.
Alternatively, a slight modification of your code would be
since index returns the position of the first character of the match.
(the difference between those string functions prefixed with "CHAR." and the non prefixed ones is that the latter do not handle unicode.)