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I'm wonder to search files that don't have the input. For example I have the files AAB , ABC , BC, DE and ...

I want to search for files that don't have A in their names. Like this output : BC , DE ...

Is there any way to do it ?
I know Windows search use regular expressions to search, Then can it done by regular expressions?

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-(*a*), -(*A*)

Should work according to you saying regular expressions are used in search.

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Yeah, it worked. tnx – hamed Apr 29 '12 at 15:06
You can widen your search criterias by researching in RE. – The_aLiEn Apr 29 '12 at 15:10

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