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I have a table where

Then I have a set of codes that look like 1ZGM.BA, where the first number/letter relates to a chart

The chart contains approx. 34 different codes. numbers 1-8 and letters A-Z.

Codes look like 1ZGM.BA or A1QL.AA ...I'm only interested in the first character (does not matter if its a letter or number) to decode the product.

The chart looks like
1=Widget Smooth
2=Widget Rough
...and so on.

A=Widget Thick
B=Widget Thin
...and so on to letter Z.

I want to decode the first letter/number of a code that looks like 1ZGM.BA, where the 1 would mean the product is a smooth Widget, and A1QL.AA would equal Widget Thick product.

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