Dynamic Data Masking 9.8.4
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Indicates a tab character.
Indicates a new line.
Matches any character except for new lines.
Indicates the expression on the left or right side matches the target string.
Defines the enclosed characters that can match the target character. For example, the expression
[ab]matches the letters a and b. The expression
[0-9]matches any digit.
Indicates that the enclosed characters do not match the target character. For example,
[^ab]matches all characters except "a" and "b."
[^0-9]matches any character that is not a digit.
Indicates that the character to the left of asterisk in the expression will match zero or more times. For example,
be*matches "b," "be," and "bee."
Indicates that the character to the left of the plus sign matches one or more times. For example,
bee, but not
Indicates that the character to the left of question mark in the expression matches zero or one time. For example,
be, but not
Indicates that the expression to the right of
^is at the beginning of a line. For example,
Aat the beginning of a line.
The expression to the left of
$is at the end of a line. For example, the expression
e$matches the letter
ethat is at the end of a line.
Defines tagging and the processing order of expressions.
Indicates an escape character. Use double backslashes to view the backslash character.
Indicates the start of a quoted expression. The parser ignores special characters.
Indicates the end of a quoted expression.
Defines a separator for space, tab, or new line.