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The list of available wildcard characters is presented in the table below:
Table 7.2. The list of available wildcard characters
||Matches a single character|
||Matches any number of characters, including zero|
Wildcard characters are combined into a string to form a glob mask with the desired properties.
When a glob mask starts with
^ and ends with
$ characters, it is switched to a more advanced regex mask mode.
Table 7.3. Glob mask examples
||Matches any string, including an empty string|
||Matches any string starting with "ABC"|
||Matches any string ending with "DEF"|
||Matches any string starting with "ABC" and ending with "DEF"|
||Matches "ABCDEF" string exactly|
||Matches any string containing four characters and starting with "ABC"|
||Matches any string containing a single character|
||Matches any string containing one or more characters|