# NEED HELP WILL MARK BRAINLIEST AND 100 POINTS FOR ANSWER Which LIKE operator would match a single character? * ? [] #

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #5493958
2 months ago

?

Explanation:

? or _ (underscore)  = Any single character

* or %  = Zero or more characters

#  = Any single digit (0 — 9)

[charlist]  = Any single character in charlist

[!charlist]  = Any single character not in charlist

Guest #5493959
2 months ago

1st choice

Explanation:

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