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Posted 20 Feb 2012

Use wildcard characters * and ? to compare strings

, 20 Feb 2012
How about transforming first into a Regex and then letting the Regex do the work? E.g.:public static Regex GetRegex(string wildcard){ string pattern = Regex.Replace(wildcard, @"([^?*]+)?([?*])?", m => Regex.Escape(m.Groups[1].Value) +...



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