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Hi,

We have an employee database. I'm looking for a way to strip off all the employee's ID numbers, except for the first one (which is the location of the employee.)

For example: my employee number is 14482991. The "1" signifies that I'm at corporate HQ. I need to be able to make a little program that displays a certain message if the first number is 1 or 5.

Thanks!

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key = "123456789"
response.write left(key,1)



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