Quote:> Possible, but what if a new user comes along who is accustomed to
> another set of wild cards? I don't know of any others, but I'm not
> confidant that there's only two sets of wild cards out there...
It is difficult to believe that anyone who can grasp the concept of
wildcard characters in search strings would have difficulty adapting to
different sets of wildcards, assuming decent instructions were provided.
Could the problem be the terminology? "Wildcard" is not the only term
for a character that can be matched by an indeterminate character or
string -- and "meta-character" isn't exactly easy to understand (besides
which, I'm quite sure I've seen it used with a completely different
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