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Wildcards and Clauses in SOSL

Wildcards and Clauses in SOSL

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What Is Wildcar In SOSL Queries?

A wildcard is a keyboard character such as an asterisk (*) or a question mark (?) that is used to represent one or more characters when you are searching for records.

SOSL supports two wildcards:

List<List<sObject>> results = [FIND 'Univ*'....];
List<List<sObject>> results = [FIND ’Jo?n'....];
List<List<sObject>> results = [FIND 'Univ*' IN NAME FIELDS .....];


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