Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Using Wildcards in Variable Lists

You can use the colon as a variable modifier (e.g. abc:), which acts as a wildcard. So rather than entering variables abc1, abc3 and abcde you could just specify abc:. It is great for saving typing long variable lists.

The colon must be at the end, it can’t be embedded (e.g. ab:c).

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