Hi, you can use this in the advanced search to get all caches starting with a 0 for Germany:
Germany @name 0 output 94 caches but including already archived, I do not know the field name for the archived field - otherwise it would be @field xxx 0 (for active)
So modify the country and use the position number [in brackets] of the character in the distingt field.
See the info on top of tne dashboard:
The wildcard search under Quick links has multiple fields available, which can be referenced. The wildcard search uses extended query syntax. Example of searching for challenges owned by a specific user: @profile_name ganja1447 @type unknown @name challenge.
The fields available are: gccode, name, type, size, country, region, county, placed_by, profile_name.
Extended search technology
The Extended search technology is based on searches on letters. Special characters like exclamation marks, commas or other punctation will not be matched. However, other very advanced syntaxes can be given. A complete documentation of the language can be found here.
An example for filtering cache names for the word Challenge, but not Finds: challenge !finds