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- n. Plural form of wildcard.
“· Searching can be done using various criteria, such as file name wildcards, substring, regular expression, date, time, file attributes”
“$ yum list 'foo' Search for a package when you're not sure of the name, using ordinary regular expression wildcards:”
“WILDCARDS: When searching for, copying or deleting files, you can use "wildcards" if you are not sure of the file's exact name. ls man* would find the following files: manual, manual. txt, man-o-man.”
“JOHANNESBURG: Local 'wildcards' Rik de Voest and Raven Klaasen upset Spanish opponents on Monday as the SA Tennis Open returned to the ATP scene after a 14-year absence.”
“Thanks to the commenters, as strange a buncha quarks as there ever were. congratulations, dana. but don't get your hopes up. i understand one of the "wildcards" is a series of six blog posts written by some french guy sitting in front of a fire in an over-heated room wearing a dressing-gown. and eating cheetos. or, at any rate, it seems to him that he is eating cheetos. dana perhaps his cheetos are made of glass. perhaps his cheetos are made of glass”
“And while the expanded playing field in the Best Picture category -- up from five nominations to 10 -- means that we're bound to see a few wildcards, the latest round of nominations for the year still serves as a pretty good indicator of who might be in the running for the biggest Oscars of the year.”
“So that leaves us with ten shows in the Science Fiction and Fantasy vein still awaiting word on their fate including the two NBC wildcards mentioned above.”
“Now we have a "wildcard" leader, and wildcards create a lot of uncertainty.”
“But if Hughes does not improve soon, the time for patience, and for gambling on wildcards like Colon, may pass.”
“Heck, no sportswoman or sportsman from Bangladesh has even ever qualified for the Olympics, all their participants have been wildcards.”
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