SQL Select Command to do a partial match

I need a SQL Select command that can to do a partial match. I need match the first a NBR to the first 10 digits of another number. For example:

ItemID= 10 digits long
EAN11 = 11 digits long.

I need to match STEPUPC.ItemID to the first 10 digits of the SAPMATUPC.EAN11.

SELECT *
FROM STEPUPC
WHERE NOT EXISTS
(SELECT SAPMATUPC.EAN11
FROM SAPMATUPC WHERE STEPUPC.ItemID = SAPMATUPC.EAN11
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
SELECT *
FROM STEPUPC
WHERE NOT EXISTS
(SELECT SAPMATUPC.EAN11
FROM SAPMATUPC WHERE STEPUPC.ItemID = LEFT(SAPMATUPC.EAN11 ,10) )
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LowfatspreadCommented:
like this

SELECT c.*
FROM STEPUPC as C
WHERE NOT EXISTS
(SELECT EAN11
   FROM SAPMATUPC
  WHERE EAN11 between (c.itemid * 10) and (c.itemid * 10) + 9
)
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