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Loop directories at a specific dir

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I need to loop through  a directory called "SENT" and its directories below (number only).  However, I want to start looping at 78064 and after. What should I do?

78061
78062
78063
78064  <<< starting here
78065

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Dim ListOfDirectories As String() = System.IO.Directory.GetDirectories("C:\SENT")
        For Each StrDir As String In ListOfDirectories
            If CInt(StrDir) >= 78064 Then
                'Do  your process
                Dim ListOfFiles As String() = System.IO.Directory.GetFiles(StrDir)
                For Each File As String In ListOfFiles
                    'Do What you want with your file

                Next
            Else
            End If
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