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Contains v begins with int

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
Hello,    How can I make this query work: int searchText = "9"from c in storedb.Product_Categories.AsEnumerable()                        where c.Category_Key.StartsWith(searchText)                        orderby c.Category_Key I am using it in a repository for a Jquery Autocompete, But when I type "9" I want to to show all results where first letter is "9" then"98" should show all results with first letters as "98". Thanks 

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