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I have the following awk command

   awk  '{if ( $2 == "x.name" ) {print "OK"} else {print "NOT OK" } }'

but $2 could be x.name or x-name or x:name

how to change the following awk in order to Support all rules (x.name or x-name or x:name)

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awk  '{if ( $2 ~ /x[-.:]name/ ) {print "OK"} else {print "NOT OK" } }'
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