2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 22, 2009 1:27 PM by philmodjunk

    find bug

    TRRosen

      Summary

      find bug

      Description of the issue

      when using the "zero or more characters" operator or "match Phrase (from anywhere)" the expected result would be to find all occurrences.  But in FM 10 v1 it is not finding occurrences that are at the start of the field (zero characters in front) ie *b finds "jacob" but not "ben" 

        • 1. Re: find bug
          TRRosen
            

          OK I found the issue

           

          must use *b*

           

          This inconsistent  as b finds all that start with b no matter what comes after ie b = b*

          • 2. Re: find bug
            philmodjunk
              

            This seems consistent to me.

             

            b* means "find all entries with b as the first letter and zero or more following letters. Thus b = b*

            *b means "find all entries where the last letter is b and there are zero or more leading letters. Thus *b = jacob, *b = b, but *b <> ben.

             

            *b* means find all entries with a b at any position in the field.