int fnmatch(const char *pattern, const char *string, int flags);
Is the pattern to match.
Is the string to match with pattern.
modifies the behavior of
fnmatch(). It is the bitwise-or of zero or more of the flags specified in <fnmatch.h>.
If the FNM_PATHNAME flag is set, a slash character in string is explicitly matched by a slash in pattern; it is not matched by either the asterisk or question-mark special characters, or by a bracket expression. If the FNM_PATHNAME flag is not set, the slash character is treated as an ordinary character.
If FNM_NOESCAPE is not set, a backslash character (\) in pattern followed by any other character matches that second character in string. In particular, \\ matches a backslash in string. If FNM_NOESCAPE is set, a backslash character is treated as an ordinary character.
If FNM_PERIOD and FNM_PATHNAME are set, a leading period in string matches a period in pattern if it is the first character in string or if it immediately follows a slash.
If FNM_PERIOD is set and FNM_PATHNAME is not, a leading period in string matches a period in pattern only if it is the first character in string.
If there is a match,
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