wild card

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
argo kendisinden ne bekleneceği kestirilemeyen kimse/şey
tahmin edilmemiş unsur
iskambilde joker
özel sembol
wild cards
vahşi kartları
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
In card games, a card that can be assigned any value or used to substitute for any needed card
A competitor or team that is allowed to compete in a tournament despite not reaching the normal standards to qualify for inclusion

Kye Sun-Hui won an Olympic gold medal in Judo, despite being a wild card.

a character that substitutes for other characters in regular expressions and globbing
A wildcard is a symbol such as * or ? which is used in some computing commands or searches in order to represent any character or range of characters
a team that makes the NFL playoffs by having one of the 2 best records among non-division winners in its conference
A special character or character sequence which matches any character in a string comparison
If a sports player is given a wild card for a particular competition, they are allowed to play in it, although they have not qualified for it in the usual way. You can also use wild card to refer to a player who enters a competition in this way
a playing card whose value can be determined by the person who holds it an unpredictable factor; "the weather was a wild card
A team that has been given a play-off spot because it has the best record among the teams that have not won a division
A card that can be played as any value
A symbol used in searching to represent one or more letters It is most often used to find plurals and other variants of words Commonly used symbols include "?" "*" and "+" See also truncation
If you refer to someone or something as a wild card in a particular situation, you mean that they cause uncertainty because you do not know how they will behave. The wild card in the picture is eastern Europe
In a query, a symbol that replaces a portion of a word to indicate that other word constructions are applicable
symbols that take the place of letters in Boolean searching One example is that you can type the character "+" between two keywords or subject terms instead of the word "and "
A symbol that substitutes for a single character (?) or a series of characters (*) You can use wild cards to search for words or phrases that are similar
previously defined – NOTE: they may be very positive, very negative, or mixed in effects and impacts
A character in a pattern that may match against any character in a target string Some wild card characters may match against many target string characters
a team that makes the NFL playoffs by having one of the 3 best records among non-division winners in its conference
Used as a short cut for specifying all possible elements The asterisk (*) is recognized in most computing systems as the wild card character For example, entering a directory command to search for f* would return all files that begin with f Can be u sed to search for extensions and version numbers as well
An investment that carries no limit, legal or otherwise, as to the yield or return (in other words, there are no regulations as to the yield of a bank's Certificate of Deposit they can issue the CD at whatever rate they desire)
generic character, character which symbolizes every possible character that could be in its place in identification of file names
a playing card whose value can be determined by the person who holds it
Games that use a wild card are called wild card games A wild card is a card that can serve as any other card in making your hand
A character that can be used in a field specification to match on any other character in a specific position (%,)
an unpredictable factor; "the weather was a wild card"
wild card entry to the Olympics
right to participate in the Olympic games from second or third place onwards
wild cards
plural form of wild card
An uncontrolled or unpredictable element

There are several technical wildcards, such as how the larger battery packs--four times larger than those of the Prius--will withstand the rigors of city driving,.

A character that takes the place of any other character or string that is not known or specified

In searching, if a*m finds amalgam, atom and alum, then * is acting as a wildcard.

A special character such as an asterisk (*) or a question mark (?) that you can use to represent one or more characters Any character or set of characters can replace a pattern matching character
A symbol that represents a character or series of characters In DOS and Windows the asterisk (*) can represent a letter or combination of letters This is useful in performing file and text searches
A special character such as *, $, or ? that can replace any character or characters in a string Wildcards are used in catalog searches to extend a search term See Truncation
a character that stands for another character or a group of characters in a search Most search tools use an asterisk as a wildcard
A symbol that, when entered in a field represents either a single character or any number of characters Wildcards can be combined with other characters In Data Query, the underscore symbol (_) represents any single character; the percentage symbol (%) represents any number of characters
A special character that acts like a joker when it is used in filenames or pathnames Unix shells have two: * and ?
In a keyword search, a symbol may sometimes be inserted in the middle of a search term to retrieve words containing any character in the designated position The wildcard symbol may vary from one type of search software to the next See also truncation and Boolean searching Example: In some databases, the keywords search wom+n (or wom?n) will retrieve records containing both "woman" and "women "
(n ) A metacharacter that represents a range of ordinary characters; for example, the shell's use of * and ?
A character that can be used to represent any other character or series of characters in a statement For instance, the wildcard "*" allows "DAN*Y" to refer to both "DANNY" and "DANDY " Useful in searches when you don't know the exact text you are looking for, and in specifying and action to be performed on a group of files
A symbol that stands for one or more unspecified character
{i} card whose value is determined by the player (Cards); athlete or team chosen to compete though unqualified; unpredictable factor; character that can be used to represent every possible character combination (Computers)
Special characters used in search keywords that can match any character or string of characters You can use wildcards to match various patterns of words or letters
A charecter used in certain commands that represents any charecter, or set of charecters
A character, usually an asterisk (*), that you use alone to specify all files and directories that are available, or with a few other letters to specify a group of files and directories that have a common element in their names For example, to specify all files and directories that begin with the letters “ch”, you would type: ch*
A character string that is used in text searches to make finding a match easier An asterisk (*) usually means find any character or set of characters
A symbol used in electronic searching to represent any character Wildcards can usually be used at the end of a word or within a word to search for all forms of the word Check the help screens of a particular database to determine the appropriate symbol to use (Unit 4> A Primer on Databases and Catalogs)
A percent sign (%) that stands for one or more characters Allows the user to select multiple rows with a single query criteria For example, the query criteria of "a%" refers to all files that begin with an "a"
Characters that can substitute for other characters in a search query * stands for any number of characters; ? stands for any single character
An placeholder used to represent any character or group of characters
A character that stands in for another character or group of characters Most search tools use an asterisk for this function Although the wildcard is most often used in truncation, it can also be used in the middle of words (for example, wom*n)
Symbols used in an electronic search to tell the search engine to look for all possible endings to a word The most common wildcard symbols are an asterisk (*) for multiple letters, numbers, or symbols, and a question mark (?) for single characters See Expanding a Search with Wildcards in Conducting Electronic Searches
in several instances (most frequently on variable lists) you may specify a string (e g a label reference) containing wildcard characters A wildcard character tells EDA that in the position(s) marked by such a character any character may be present for a match The EDA wildcard character is the '*' symbol, which has two different meanings depending upon the position in the string: (1) at the end of the string it means "match all" (2) within a string "match any character" VAR* matches all variables starting with VAR, the characters beyond do not matter ***X looks for any four-character long label, having an 'X' in position 4 and any 3 characters preceeding it Of course the two meanings may be combined: ***X*
A special character which acts as a substitute for one or more characters in a file name or extension
The wildcard character, *, is used in place of characters in your search terms, when more than one letter is likely to fit that space For example, a search for wom*n finds articles containing the terms "woman," "women," and "womyn "
A symbol that enables multiple matching values to be returned based on a shared feature The script language has two wildcards: The question mark (?) stands for any single character The asterisk (*) stands for any character string of any length For example, the file specification * * would return all the files, regardless of their file names The file specification * sc? would return all the file names with a three-character extension beginning with sc (such as compusrv scr, compusrv scx, and so on)
A symbol, such as ? or *, used in online searching to represent any letter or letters
wild card

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    wayld kärd


    /ˈwīld ˈkärd/ /ˈwaɪld ˈkɑːrd/


    [ 'wI(&)ld ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English wilde, from Old English; akin to Old High German wildi wild, Welsh gwyllt.

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