Jakob Voss writes: > /starts-with (equal to ="...*") > /ends-with (equal to ="*...") > /contains (equal to ="*...*") > > are probably more common use-cases than /substring and they are > easier to remember and to implement than juggling asterisks. Surely now we've seen the light and realised that existing truncation mechanisms give us what we want, the very last thing we want to do is introduce new ways of saying the same things? I think that adding /starts-with and friends at this stage would be a big mistake. I say we forget the whole thing. Let us never speak of it again. _/|_ ___________________________________________________________________ /o ) \/ Mike Taylor <[log in to unmask]> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk )_v__/\ "There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home" -- Ken Olsen, founder and president of Digital Equipment Corp, 1957.