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find if "R & I" is in a lablel1 caption

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I need to check if "R & I" is in a label1. examples below

R & I left Fender
R & I Hood
R & I Right Headlight.

the label1 will have dynamic data but I only need to check if
R & I" is at the first "LEFT" of the label.
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If Copy(Label1.Caption,1,5) = 'R & I' Then
begin
  //Do Stuff
end;

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Thanks :)
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Thanks for your help.
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