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#1 Anon

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Posted 13 June 2014 - 10:26 AM

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Posted 13 June 2014 - 10:30 AM

An asterisk is a 'zero or more' wildcard.  To use a 'one or more' idea, do '?*'.  So, based on your example (I have not tried it yet) you want:

"*?(ךםןףץ)?*=" ‎<AND>‏ ‎[RANGE 1QIsaa]‏ 

 

The last clause in the help is correct.  The word must start with b and end with g, and it may or may not have any letters in the middle.


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Posted 13 June 2014 - 10:51 AM

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Posted 13 June 2014 - 11:18 AM

Again, you are missing a question mark on the end.  If you want any word containing 'a' neither in the middle nor end, you need (reading left to right) ?(-a)*a*?(-a).  Asterisk simply means any number of any letter can occur here, including zero.  If you want to specify the existence of a letter, or which characters the letter can or cannot be, you need a '?'.


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