If a string includes a user defined “value”, how do you return the full content of the string?

I’m essentially looking for a glorified autocomplete, where a user can input a search term and have all strings that include that word, in any position in their string, be returned to the user. This is what I have currently: void Start() { string SearchTerm = “museum”; //Example text List<string> Museums = new List<string>() {…

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Group directories which are symbol links first with ls

I employed the predicate –group-directories-first to display the directories on the top. However, it take effect singularly on the real directories but excluding the directories which are sym-links. For example, in the Downloads directory, I make dozens of symlink-directories to facilitate the categories of freshly downloaded file. How could group directories which are syslinks first?

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How to perform recursive SQL where statement?

Update Thank you to @forpas and @trincot for sharing their solutions and ideas below. I got it working with the following code (demo): with recursive cte_comments as ( select * from comments where parent_comment_id = 1 union all select this_execution.* from cte_comments prev_execution inner join comments this_execution on this_execution.parent_comment_id = prev_execution.comment_id ) select * from…

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