How do I know if a search is wildcarded?
If the database has any wildcard indexes enabled ( three character searches, two character searches, one character searches, or trailing wildcard searches) and if the query text contains either of the wildcard characters ? or *, then the wildcard characters are treated as wildcards and the search is performed "wildcarded".
What are wildcards in Microsoft Word?
“Wildcards,” in the context of Microsoft Word, are characters that allow you to refine a search within a document. But how can you use them? And which symbols can you use? In this article, we run through the basics of wildcards in Microsoft Word and how you can use them to search for specific information in a document.
What is the difference between wildcarded and unwildcarded queries?
When wildcard indexes are disabled in the database, all queries default to "unwildcarded", and wildcard characters are treated as punctuation. If you specify "wildcarded" in the query, the query is a wildcard query and wildcard characters are treated as wildcards.
What are the rules for wildcard searches in MarkLogic Server?
The following are the basic rules for wildcard searches in MarkLogic Server: There can be more than one wildcard in a single search term or phrase, and the two wildcard characters can be used in combination. For example, m*?? will match words starting with m with three or more characters.