using the Right Function in Visual Basic .NET

In VB.NET
I use the right function to get first character from the right like this.

Dim TestString As String = "HelloWorld"
VarCharacterString = Right(TestString, 1)

So  VarCharacterString contains "d"

Using the Right Function, How do i get the 5th character from the right?

So the character I want to save in a variable is the "W"
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Chris StanyonWebDevCommented:
You need to be using SubString(), not Right().

To use SubString(), you pass in a starting position and a length (number of characters to return), so to get the 5th character from the right, you can work out the starting position by subtracting 5 from the string length:

Dim TestString As String = "HelloWorld"
VarCharacterString = TestString.Substring(TestString.Length - 5, 1)

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maqskywalkerAuthor Commented:
Nice! Thanks
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