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 Verification Algorithm that mortals can use to verify chain of discussion making. XxKeldecknightxX7-Jan-22 1:45 XxKeldecknightxX 7-Jan-22 1:45
 Re: Verification Algorithm that mortals can use to verify chain of discussion making. Eddy Vluggen9-Feb-22 1:56 Eddy Vluggen 9-Feb-22 1:56
 Re: Verification Algorithm that mortals can use to verify chain of discussion making. Eddy Vluggen9-Feb-22 12:06 Eddy Vluggen 9-Feb-22 12:06
 Wildcard Matching Routine Richard Andrew x6424-Dec-21 9:17 Richard Andrew x64 24-Dec-21 9:17
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine Gerry Schmitz25-Dec-21 5:24 Gerry Schmitz 25-Dec-21 5:24
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine Richard Andrew x6425-Dec-21 6:09 Richard Andrew x64 25-Dec-21 6:09
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine Gerry Schmitz25-Dec-21 8:25 Gerry Schmitz 25-Dec-21 8:25
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine k505425-Dec-21 7:16 k5054 25-Dec-21 7:16
 Traditionally, the * wildcard in a regular expression is "zero or more instances of the preceding character", so the regex "abc*def" would match "abcdef", "abccccdef" and even "abdef" (0 c's), but not "abccxccdef". It might even match "Hello abcccdef there", depending on whether the regex is considered to be anchored or not. In a traditional regex the '.' wildcard is to match any character. However, if you're writing your own regex parser, you're free to place any meaning on the wildcard characters you want. The functionality you seem to be trying to reproduce seems very like unix file globbing. If that's what you're trying to do - and you are on a unix like system, you probably have access to `glob(3)`, which does all the heavy lifting for you. There's probably similar functionality for windows. But maybe you're writing a regex parser for your own purposes. In which case you're free to make up the rules you want. Either way, I'd expect any literals in the regex to be present in any matches found. Keep Calm and Carry On
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine Richard Andrew x6426-Dec-21 1:32 Richard Andrew x64 26-Dec-21 1:32
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine englebart8-Feb-22 16:36 englebart 8-Feb-22 16:36
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine trønderen9-Feb-22 6:35 trønderen 9-Feb-22 6:35
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine englebart9-Feb-22 15:37 englebart 9-Feb-22 15:37
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine Eddy Vluggen9-Feb-22 16:10 Eddy Vluggen 9-Feb-22 16:10
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine trønderen10-Feb-22 6:03 trønderen 10-Feb-22 6:03
 Re: Wildcard Matching Routine englebart10-Feb-22 9:14 englebart 10-Feb-22 9:14
 Time Complexity of following method? Member 1269110623-Nov-21 4:09 Member 12691106 23-Nov-21 4:09
 Re: Time Complexity of following method? Greg Utas23-Nov-21 5:17 Greg Utas 23-Nov-21 5:17
 Re: Time Complexity of following method? Member 1269110623-Nov-21 18:22 Member 12691106 23-Nov-21 18:22
 Re: Time Complexity of following method? Member 1269110623-Nov-21 19:05 Member 12691106 23-Nov-21 19:05
 Re: Time Complexity of following method? Member 1546299610-Dec-21 5:08 Member 15462996 10-Dec-21 5:08
 NUMBER OF COMBINATIONS OF THE ARRANGEMENT OF CAPS Member 1543482417-Nov-21 13:48 Member 15434824 17-Nov-21 13:48
 Re: NUMBER OF COMBINATIONS OF THE ARRANGEMENT OF CAPS Greg Utas23-Nov-21 5:14 Greg Utas 23-Nov-21 5:14
 C# Member 153810723-Oct-21 21:36 Member 15381072 3-Oct-21 21:36
 Re: C# Richard MacCutchan3-Oct-21 21:49 Richard MacCutchan 3-Oct-21 21:49
 Function of algorithm danindya1-Sep-21 15:52 danindya 1-Sep-21 15:52
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