The Matches Wildcard [Does Not Match Wildcard] comparison operator locates Info Items or Info Items with the specified Attribute that match the specified wildcard expression.
The wildcard characters are the same as the typical command-line wildcards: ?, *, , ^ and - characters.
|•||? = matches any single character|
|•||* = matches 0 or more characters|
|•||[...] = match 1 character within the [ ] symbols|
|•||[^...] = match 1 character that is NOT within the [ ] symbols following the ^ symbol|
|•||- = can be used to specify a range within the [ ] symbols (ie. [a-z] will match any character in range between a and z|
|•||To match the ? and * characters as literals, use [?] and [*] respectively.|
|•||To match literal [ and ] characters, enter [[ or ]].|
|•||The Matches Wildcard operator is case-insensitive (A matches 'A' or 'a').|
A Quick Search uses an (Item) Contains Keywords <keywords entered> type of criteria, unless one of the wildcard operators, or the " (double quote) symbol is included in the criteria, in which case a Matches Wildcard criteria will be used instead.