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Get Count in a variable with 5 digits always

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Hi Experts,
    I am looking for a function to get following   in VB.NET

        I have to get a value to a  string variable   in a loop

      For Myint =  1 to 10000
           MyString  should get value from MyInt
      Next

       But the rule is , it should always have 5 digits  . That is ,
            when  Myint = 1 Mystring should be "00001"  
                        Myint = 100 Mystring should be "00100"
               ...
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try:
MyString = Myint.ToString("00000")

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