Wildcards: a "." (decimal) will match any character and a ".*" will match any number of characters. Square brackets match sets of characters. ie "[a-p]" will match any character between "a" and "p".A more complex search would be "suit...[0-9]*[a-f]+" which means: the pattern must start with the word "suit", be followed by 3 characters, then have zero or more numbers between "0" and "9" and be followed by 1 or more letters that are between "a" and "f". The "*" after the square brackets means that it should match 0 or more letters; while a "+" means to match 1 or more.
You can have much more complex search patterns. Simply look up Unix regular-expressions for more information.
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You can still use the old search engine but it may be
discontinued at some time and it is not as good as the new search engine.