Sources Master List
This is a regular expression, as supported by MySQL, which is used to limit the Sources to be displayed. See Henry Spencer"s regex page.
- If the pattern contains no special characters then only Sources containing that string will be included. For example the pattern "London" will match Sources containing the string "London". Note that the search ignores case, so that pattern will also match "LONDON" and "london".
- If the pattern begins with a caret '^' then only Sources that begin with the remainder of the pattern are included. For example the pattern "^Ba" displays Sources starting with "Ba" (or "ba" or "BA").
- If the pattern ends with a dollar sign '$', then only Sources that end with the remainder of the pattern are included. For example the pattern "CA$" matches Sources that end with "CA" (or "ca" or "Ca").
- In a pattern a period '.' matches any single character. For example the pattern 'B.b' matches any Source that contains two letter Bs separated by one character, for example "Bab", "Beb", "Bib", "Bob", or "Bub".
- In a pattern an asterisk '*' matches zero or more of the preceding character; "bo*b" matches "bb", "bob", and "boob".
Click on this button to update the list of displayed sources to include only those sources that match the supplied pattern.
Click on this button to display the detailed information about a source.
Click on this button to display a form to update the information recorded abbout a source.
This button is displayed for sources that are not associated with any citations. Click on this button to delete the source from the database.
Click on this button to open a dialog to create a new source.