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Basic glob pattern syntax is the same as for the Unix shell environment.
*matches everything up to a directory separator or end of string.
[range]matches any character in range.
[!range]matches any character not in range.
There are three extensions to the traditional glob syntax, taken from modern Unix shells.
\escapes a character that might otherwise have special meaning. For a literal
**matches everything, including a directory separator.
(s1|s2|...)matches any of the strings s1, s2, etc.