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Re: mask issue

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mask issue

Hi, I'm new to scripting so this may be a simple question. I'm trying to use the following mask for getting a file: "va_x_co_public_school_dist_(va_x)_comprehensive*". It is a csv file. The file name changes daily after the *. There is always only a single file with the beginning specification in the directory. If I use ".csv" I can find it. Any ideas on why I can't find the file using the mask above? Thanks!