set wildcard-style

This command specifies the type of wildcard pattern matching you can use for examining the contents of strings.

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set wildcard-style glob | regex

Where:

glob

Specifies a simpler style of pattern matching using glob expressions to refine your search. For example, you can use m* to search for strings starting with m.

This is the default.

regex

Specifies a more complex style of pattern matching using regular expressions to refine your search. For example, you can use my_lib[0-9]+ to search for strings starting with my_lib followed by an integer.

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Example 105. set wildcard-style

set wildcard-style regex               # Use regular expression pattern matching

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