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The "asterisk-dot-asterisk" refers to all computer files no matter what their name or extension. See wild cards.
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Add wildcard character such as Numbers, Date Created and Date Modified to fit all needs.
Using the asterisk wildcard character makes searching for files/folders a lot easier.
You may have to use a wildcard character -- usually an asterisk -- to find word variants: conveyor* would find pages with the words conveyors, conveyorize, and conveyor.
Punctuation in regular expressions can denote wildcard characters, character frequency, optional matches, and more.
An advantage of the SUMIFS is that wildcard characters such as the question mark (?
There's the conventional textual approach: Users simply enter all or a portion of a part name or number, using wildcard characters if necessary.
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Users can look up multi-word phrases and use wildcard characters when uncertain of spelling.
it will offer 21 individual search options and advanced searching tools including wildcard characters and Boolean operators.
CD-ROM search software uses different wildcard characters (one or more special characters that can stand in for other character(s) in a keyword); this is analogous to the use of the "joker" in card games.
Wildcard Searches and Results Based on Possible Variations: Support for wildcard characters in searches and provides results for all matching variations of the wildcard search.
Advanced search options, including wildcard characters and Boolean operators, allow even more sophisticated searching.