Answered By: Mugar Library
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2017     Views: 23

Yes. You can use the following “wildcard” characters in searches:

  • ? — A question mark in a search word will match any single character. For example, a search for wom?n would retrieve results that include either woman or women.
  • * — An asterisk in a search word will match zero or more characters. For example, a search for farm* would retrieve results that include farm, farms, farmer, farmhand, farming, etc.

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