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Does searching with wildcards and truncation work in library search?

Yes, both wildcards and truncation work in library search.

 

  • A question mark (?) replaces a single character within a word. This is called a wildcard. For example, a search for Ols?n would return results for both Olsen and Olson.
  • An asterisk (*) replaces multiple possible ends for a word. This is called truncation. For example, a search for genetic* will return results for genetic, genetics, and genetically.
Last Updated: May 16, 2019     Views: 89

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