I want to use glob pattern to match all the files in
src/ folder that do not start with prefix of two uppercase letters followed by a dot.
The glob should match the following files
foo.txt foo-bar.txt foo.bar.baz.txt fo.txt
But it should not match the following files:
AB.foo.txt AB.foo-bar.txt XY.foo.bar.baz.txt FO.fo.txt
The prefix will always be two uppercase letters (A to Z) followed by a dot.
glob() can mostly do what you’re looking for, but with some limitations.
You can do this:
which would exclude any files that start with two uppercase letter followed by a dot. However, this particular syntax will also exclude any files with less than 3 characters in the filename. Globbing is similar to shell filename globbing syntax, and in a shell what you’re looking for is more often accomplished with
glob() isn’t flexible enough, you’d have to glob all files and pattern match on your own.
Answered By – sj95126