Brand new to docker and working my way through the documentation. I'm currently looking at the networking stuff and see that I can inspect the bridge network with:

    docker network inspect bridge

One of the nodes being Containers:

            "Containers": {
            "ebe3cd3e33edb54e91aa94bdf4af2076c45b246a046f602e17cfb6c33d2f0d27": {
                "Name": "networktest",
                "EndpointID": "c90398339875ba649cc86513951f84fcf79f6e0ccb430d2011442fc88ddd73f8",
                "MacAddress": "02:42:ac:11:00:02",
                "IPv4Address": "",
                "IPv6Address": ""

I was wondering if it is possible to get the names of all of the containers by wildcarding the container (I assume the unnamed key is a digest ??).

If I try this:

    docker network inspect --format='{{json .Containers.ebe3cd3e33edb54e91aa94bdf4af2076c45b246a046f602e17cfb6c33d2f0d27.Name}}' bridge

Then I can retrieve the name "networktest", but how could I wildcard this to return all names regardless of how many containers are on the network?

Any online docs relating to filtering around the --format option would be a great help as well.

Thanks in advance

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