Kaspersky Security Center

Using masks in string variables

April 8, 2024

ID 56598

Using masks for string variables is allowed. When creating masks, you can use the following regular expressions:

  • Wildcard character (*)—Any string of 0 or more characters.
  • Question mark (?)—Any single character.
  • [<range>]—Any single character from a specified range or set.

    For example: [0–9]—Any digit. [abcdef]—Any of the characters a, b, c, d, e, or f.

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