I'm not sure I understand what you want.

The numeric *values* you're using as examples are represented by objects in memory known as integers. Integers are storage units whose value is stored as a binary value, not the decimal value stored as Arabic numerals.

Integer objects don't have a length that corresponds to the number of decimal digits in, say, the value 365. You *can, however*, get the *string* representation of that binary value. That string will contain the decimal value of the integer.

If what you want is a string that's one character long when the integers' value is 0 to 9, and a two character string when the integers' value is 10 to 99, and a three character string when the integers' value is from 100 to 999 then all you need to do is ask to have the integer value transformed into a string value.

Here's an example:

```
for ($i=1;$i -le 120; $i+=10){
"`$i = $i : `$i Length $($i.length)"
$n = $i.ToString()
"`$n = $n : `$n Length $($n.Length)"
}
```

Run that and you'll get an output that looks like this:

```
$i = 1 : $i Length 1
$n = 1 : $n Length 1
$i = 11 : $i Length 1
$n = 11 : $n Length 2
$i = 21 : $i Length 1
$n = 21 : $n Length 2
$i = 31 : $i Length 1
$n = 31 : $n Length 2
$i = 41 : $i Length 1
$n = 41 : $n Length 2
$i = 51 : $i Length 1
$n = 51 : $n Length 2
$i = 61 : $i Length 1
$n = 61 : $n Length 2
$i = 71 : $i Length 1
$n = 71 : $n Length 2
$i = 81 : $i Length 1
$n = 81 : $n Length 2
$i = 91 : $i Length 1
$n = 91 : $n Length 2
$i = 101 : $i Length 1
$n = 101 : $n Length 3
$i = 111 : $i Length 1
$n = 111 : $n Length 3
```