I am opening this to the forum, as I am stuck. I get a value from the database, a 9 digit number, "033355555" and plug it into a string variable. It is a 9 digit number when I get it. I need to be able to strip the leading zero, put the next 3 numbers in variable and the remaining 5 in another to read them back to a caller. Any thoughts on this would be great!
Look at my example below, it cuts out the first digit and the last 5 putting "333" in the variable firstThree and the second Set command chops off the first four digits and puts them in the variable otherFive.
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