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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Search view

This view displays the results of a search.  

Text searches will only search for expressions in files with extensions (file types) specified in the search dialog.

Here is what the Search view looks like:

Search View

Show Next Match
This command highlights the next match of the search expression in the editor area, opening the file if required.
Show Previous Match
This command highlights the previous match of the search expression in the editor area, opening the file if required.
Remove Selected Matches
Removes all highlighted matches from the search results.
Remove All Matches
Remove all matches from the search results.
Expand All
Expand all matches in the hierarchical view.
Collapse All
Collapse all matches in the hierarchical view.
Run the current search again
Re-runs the most recent search.
Cancel Current Search
Cancel a search that is running.
Previous Search Results
This command allows you to browse previously conducted searches and repeat a previous search.  You can select a previous search from the drop-down menu or clear the search history.
Pin the Search view
Pinning the search view means that subsequent searches will shown their results in another search view and that the pinned view remains unchanged.

Related concepts
Search view

Related tasks
Searching for files
Searching for text within a file

Related reference
File search


 
 
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