Published: 18 August 2020, 18:00
Module fnmatch provides a few functions to work with Unix-like patterns:
from fnmatch import fnmatch fnmatch('example.py', '*.py') # True fnmatch('example.py', '*.cpp') # False
Internally, it parses the given pattern and compiles it into a regular expression. So, don’t expect it to be faster than re. Also, if you want to match actual files in the filesystem, use pathlib.Path.glob instead.