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In some commands, you may substitute wildcard characters for certain parameters, or parts of parameters, in the list. The wildcard characters count toward the eight character limit for user, group, account, and file names. These wildcard characters are defined in the table below.

Wildcard Characters Definitions

Table C.1 Wildcard Characters Definitions
Character
Function
@
Specifies zero or more alphanumeric characters. When used by itself, @ denotes all possible members of the set.
#
Specifies one numeric character.
?
Specifies one alphanumeric character.

Wildcard Characters Examples

The above characters can be used as follows:
Table C.2 Wildcard Characters Examples
Example
Description
n@
Represents all items starting with the character "n".
@n
Represents all items ending with the character "n".
n@x
Represents all items starting with the character "n" and ending with the character "x".
n###
Represents all items starting with the character "n" followed by three digits, where each digit is represented by a single number (#) sign. (The "n" may be followed by up to seven number (#) signs.)
?n@
Represents all items whose second character is "n".
n?
Represents all two-character items starting with the character "n".
?n
Represents all two-character items ending with the character "n".

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