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Finding text inside proc, func ?

BubikolRamios's profile image BubikolRamios posted 5 years ago in Feature discussion Permalink
Should that work ? This is latest version. It does nothing upon find click. Prev version, which I don't know which it was (8. something printed out for each proc/func something like "skipped ..."


If one can scan proc/func for text, how ?
BubikolRamios's profile image BubikolRamios posted 5 years ago Permalink
Ok, correction, does nothing coz in that db there is no procedures at all. if there are --> "Skipped ..."
If one can scan proc/func for text, how ?

If there is no that feature, please add it.
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 5 years ago Permalink
Interesting question - I never thought about searching for text in procedures. Is that really relevant when a user is trying to find something? Maybe...
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BubikolRamios's profile image BubikolRamios posted 5 years ago Permalink
As you can see, if you expand image I was looking for cursor syntax. Only in handful of procs and much faster to find, how it is done, than searching again on google.


I tend , as I belive many of programers aronud, to remember little bits of text inside relevan procs, and finding those with find command would be big help.
LutzT's profile image LutzT posted 5 years ago Permalink
I very often missed search and replace functionality in procedure editor, especially if you have large function/procedures and you have to replace a string multiple times in a procedure (e.g. table names etc.).
This functionality would be very appreciated...
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 5 years ago Permalink
I guess it's not even difficult to implement that into the find dialog. I'll check that.

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