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Using wildcard characters to specify keywords<\/h1>

What are wildcard characters?<\/h3>\r\n

Wildcard characters are used to substitute any character or several characters in a keyword to make searching more\r\n flexible.<\/p>\r\n

The list of available wildcard characters<\/h4>\r\n\r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n \r\n
Wildcard character<\/th>\r\n Example<\/th>\r\n <\/tr>\r\n
^<\/b> (circumflex) indicates the beginning of the keyword.<\/td>\r\n Keyword ^www.cnn<\/b> means that the keyword should begin from www.cnn<\/b>.<\/td>\r\n <\/tr>\r\n
$<\/b> (dollar sign) indicates the end of the keyword.<\/td>\r\n Keyword .htm$<\/b> means that the keyword should end with the .htm<\/b>.<\/td>\r\n <\/tr>\r\n
[ ]<\/b> (brackets)defines a set of possible characters.<\/td>\r\n Keyword g[eo]t<\/b> represents both get<\/b> and got<\/b> words.<\/td>\r\n <\/tr>\r\n
-<\/b> (hyphen) represents a range inclusive between two characters.<\/td>\r\n [a-z]<\/b> includes all symbols from a to z (including.)\r\n [0-9]<\/b> includes all numeric symbols.<\/td>\r\n <\/tr>\r\n
*<\/b> (asterisk) - represents one character or a string of characters.<\/td>\r\n Keyword ^a*.gif$<\/b> means all files that begin with an a<\/b> and end with .gif<\/b>.<\/td>\r\n <\/tr>\r\n <\/tbody>\r\n<\/table>\r\n"}