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VB.NET function to check starting substring

I am looking for VB.NET function to check if a string is starting with anything between 500 to 599

Example strings
   523 Doc1

The valid strings from the above are
   523 Doc1
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Ryan Chong

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Sam OZ

Thanks . But I don't need this to come as an array . At one time only one string is taken ( For example Doc1).  The function just need to check the rule of 5xx and return true or false
I hope the StartNo variable is god enough
Ryan Chong

yup, similar concept applied for one string, hence use the part mentioned below should be good enough:

Dim startNo As String = Regex.Match(value, "^\d+").Value
            Integer.TryParse(startNo, num)

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and then refer to the value of num
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