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wildcard parsing

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Does anyone have a function to compare a string with a wildcard expression ? for example returning TRUE when the strings "a*Ab" is compared to "aabbAb" or "B?D" when compared to "BCD".

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Just the ticket !! With a few modifications I created my own class, thanks...
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