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Destination Patten Wildcards

Wildcard

Meaning

+ (plus)

Indicates E.164 Number

. (period)

Matches a single digit

[ ]

Indicates a range of numbers

^

Negates a Range

T

Indicates variable length string

# (pound)

Indicates end-of-dial

$

To end a string

*

Match one or more instances of preceding wildcard

Examples:

[^9].. à Any number NOT STARTING with “9”

11[24-6]1 à See it as 11[2,4-6]1 à 1121, 1141, 1151, 1161

5[2468]1 à 521, 541, 561, 581

*9T àDial *9’anything’

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About Behzad Munir

Behzad Munir, P.Eng, is a Voice Solutions Consultant working in Toronto, Canada

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