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    Pattern Options Built-in pattern matching provides a versatile tool for string comparisons. The pattern-matching features allow you to match each character in string against a specific character, a wildcard character, a character list, or a character range. The following table shows the characters allowed in pattern and what they match. Characters in pattern Matches in string ? Any single character * Zero or more characters # Any single digit (0–9) [ charlist ] Any single character in charlist [! charlist ] Any single character not in charlist Character Lists A group of one or more characters (charlist) enclosed in brackets ([ ]) can be used to match any single character in string and can include almost any character code, including digits. An exclamation point (!) at the beginning of charlist means that a match is made if any character except the characters in charlist is found in string. When used outside brackets, the exclamation point matches itself. Special Characters To match the special characters left bracket ([), question mark (?), number sign (#), and asterisk (*), enclose them in brackets. The right bracket (]) cannot be used within a group to match itself, but it can be used outside a group as an individual character. The character sequence [] is considered a zero-length string (""). However, it cannot be part of a character list enclosed in brackets. Character Ranges By using a hyphen (–) to separate the lower and upper bounds of the range, charlist can specify a range of characters. For example, [A–Z] results in a match if the corresponding character position in string contains any character within the range A–Z, and [!H–L] results in a match if the corresponding character position contains any character outside the range H–L. When you specify a range of characters, they must appear in ascending sort order, that is, from lowest to highest. Thus, [A–Z] is a valid pattern, but [Z–A] is not. Multiple Character Ranges To specify multiple ranges for the same character position, put them within the same brackets without delimiters. For example, [A–CX–Z] results in a match if the corresponding character position in string contains any character within either the range A–C or the range X–Z. Usage of the Hyphen A hyphen (–) can appear either at the beginning (after an exclamation point, if any) or at the end of charlist to match itself. In any other location, the hyphen identifies a range of characters delimited by the characters on either side of the hyphen. NOTE: Quick Find in PassNGuard v1.0.0.0 is NOT case-sensitive.
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    What is a URL? URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator and is used to specify addresses on the World Wide Web. A URL is the fundamental network identification for any resource connected to the web (e.g., hypertext pages, images, and sound files). URLs have the following format: protocol://hostname/other_information For example, the URL for GiGatR00n's home page is: http://www.gigatr00n.com The protocol specifies how information from the link is transferred. The protocol used for web resources is HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Other protocols compatible with most web browsers include HTTPS, FTP, Telnet, NewsGroups, and Gopher. The protocol is followed by a colon, two slashes, and then the domain name. The domain name is the computer on which the resource is located. Links to particular files or subdirectories may be further specified after the domain name. Directory names are separated by single forward slashes. PassNGuard uses the above rules. Correct URL formats: www.gigatr00n.com ftp.gigatr00n.com http://www.gigatr00n.com https://gigatr00n.com ftp://ftp.gigatr00n.com http://104.31.178.67/cgi/login ftp://104.31.178.67/ftp Incorrect URL formats: gigatr00n.com 104.31.178.67
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    What is PassNGuard? PassNGuard is a Professional Safe Password Generator/Keeper/Organizer tool which is used to generate highly secure passwords that are very difficult to crack or guess. It is capable of generating huge amounts of Cryptographically-Secure Passwords, Classical Passwords, Pronounceable Passwords, Pattern-Based Passwords, and Passphrases consisting of words from word lists. It uses a Military-Grade Encryption Algorithm (Rijndael 256-bits) to protect the Passphrases Database which is used by the US Department of Defense. PassnGuard provides lots of options to customize passwords to the users’ various needs. Tired of remembering passwords? A Professional and Safe Password Manager like PassNGuard helps you store all your passwords in one secure place, where they are encrypted and accessible only to you. And also a Powerful built-in password generator helps you create strong passwords according to your needs. In fact, PassNGuard is a software project that designed and programmed to let people have access to all their passwords and personal information at the same place while all security features are fully implemented.