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How to trim value in ssrs report

Posted on 2011-02-22
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In the result , i have  the data as follows,

:ddf :rrrrr:dfdf

I have to remove the first character ":" only from the data

the result should be as follows,
 ddf :rrrrr:dfdf


How should do it?!
For ex  LTrim(!Fields.sss.Value),":"
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I have used the following and got the result.

=Mid(First(Fields!C_ADDRESS_INFO.Value),2,250)
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I got the result by using this query
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