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I want to search URLs like this:

  • "blablabla.com/a1234568"
  • "blablabla.com/a8564654"
  • "blablabla.com/a5648979"

So as you can see I want to make a search like this blablabla.com/a*

But I can't do this with Google. How can I do this search?

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'*' is what you're searching for.

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Do you have an example query where this wildcard would work? I couldn't find one. – unor Dec 30 '12 at 11:20
I tried "what a load of *" and it worked. – asymptotically Dec 30 '12 at 17:49

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