例1) --exclude "*" --include "*.txt" →txt拡張子だけがマッチ
例2) --include "*.txt" --exclude "*" →全てマッチ
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Use of Exclude and Include Filters Currently, there is no support for the use of UNIX style wildcards in a command's path arguments. However, most commands have --exclude "<value>" and --include "<value>" parameters that can achieve the desired result. These parameters perform pattern matching to either exclude or include a particular file or object. The following pattern symbols are supported. o *: Matches everything o ?: Matches any single character o [sequence]: Matches any character in sequence o [!sequence]: Matches any character not in sequence Any number of these parameters can be passed to a command. You can do this by providing an --exclude or --include argument multiple times, e.g. --include "*.txt" --include "*.png". When there are multiple filters, the rule is the filters that appear later in the command take precedence over filters that appear earlier in the command. For exam- ple, if the filter parameters passed to the command were --exclude "*" --include "*.txt" All files will be excluded from the command except for files ending with .txt However, if the order of the filter parameters was changed to --include "*.txt" --exclude "*" All files will be excluded from the command.