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How do i compare first letter with my string?

Posted on 2009-07-09
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I want to find a letter in my string.

Let say I have a string with an "A"
Then I have another string. I want this to see if the first letter in the string is "A"

Example
Andersson  //This one is true. First letter A
Walter    //This one is false. First letter W

What letter comes into my method is never known. Sometimes an A sometimes B and so on
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string x;
char someChar;
x = "Anderson";
someChar = 'A';
if (x.IndexOf(someChar) == 0)
{
 //code
}

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