troubleshooting Question

VB.Net: Convert 5 digit number to String

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José PerezFlag for Chile asked on
Visual Basic.NET.NET Programming
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Hi,
I have a Textbox that contains a user number of 4 digit number, for example: 4163 (numbers are different depending on the user)

What I need to do is to create folders depending on user's number, for example, for user number 4163 the following folders should be created:

User number: 4163
User folder: C:\4000\4100\4160\4163

another example...
User number: 4824
User Folder: C:\4000\4800\4820\4824


I was trying to picture how this can work logically, to see if I could resolve it, but I couldn't:

string_1=4000
string_2=4100
string_3=4160
string_4=4163

Can somebody help me to figure this out?
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