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In linux i am trying to use wildcard characters at the command line but not getting right character, can one tell me the right character to be used in in linux?
 
Linux utilizes what two different wildcard characters at the command line?
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Linux utilizes ? and * wildcard characters at the command line.

This will help you in using right command in linux.

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