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^contains( target, data )^
If the data (string or pattern) is somewhere within the target string this condition is true. Comparisons are always case-sensitive.
If the data is a pattern this means a fixed string is substituted with a regular expression; it may contain wild cards, character ranges, etc.
^contains(Lemon Tree,emo)^ is: true
^contains(Lemon Tree,ora)^ is: false
^contains(^text^, blah)^ (search this note's body text)
^contains(^title(parent)^, blah)^ (do as above but for its parent)
^contains(^directory^, blah)^ (check this note's path)
^contains(^text^, [0-9])^ (search this note's body text for numerical characters)
Note that the beginning of line marker character, ^ (as used in Regular Expression patterns) needs to be doubled because Tinderbox would otherwise interpret it as beginning a mark-up element. Thus:
^contains(^text,^^P)^ looks for lines beginning with a capital P