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If the very first character in the input line is a `+', what comes after it is considered a (space separated) list of shell patterns, and all the files that match at least one pattern from that list will be marked as selected. An empty list of shell patterns (i.e. the `+' by itself) will cause all the files to be selected.
If the very first character in the input line is a `-', the space separated list of shell patterns that follows is used to unselect files. An empty list of shell patterns (i.e. the `-' by itself) will cause all the selected files to be unselected.
Finally, if the first and only character in the input line is a `*', then all the selected files will become unselected, and all the unselected files will become selected.
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