Bug #22 - Can't specify question mark or astrex in Find requester
|Product:||PageStream 22.214.171.124 (All Platforms)||Reported By:||Tim Doty|
|Severity:||Normal||Assigned To:||Deron Kazmaier|
|Priority:||Average|| ||sign in to watch (1 is watching)|
|Category:||Text Editing||Updated:||2004-11-22 22:48:00|
|Summary:||Can't specify question mark or astrex in Find requester|
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The question mark (\0063) is used as a wildcard for a single character in the Find requester. The problem is that it cannot be escaped, e.g., \?, to find that character itself. Even specifying it by unicode, e.g., \0063, is treated as a wildcard.
------- Additional Comment #1 From Tim Doty 2004-11-22 22:53 -------
The asterisk (wildcard for any number of characters) cannot be escaped either.
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Bug #22 - Can't specify question mark or astrex in Find requester by Tim Doty find text
created:2004-11-22 22:48:00 last updated:2004-11-22 22:48:00
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