The % is a wildcard that litterally means the preceeding digit occurred zero or more times. The dot represents any digit. So the above translation rule decodes as follows.
Any number beginning with 90 and that contains any number of digits(i.e. zero or more periods) following that will be matched and then replaced with a 9. Note that only the 90 will get matched explicitly.
The following url will explain the various wildcard charachters that you can use in destination-patterns and tranlation rules.
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