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12.7. The Procedure Browser

The Procedure Browser command displays the procedures in the PDB, the Procedure Database. These procedures are functions which are called by the scripts or plug-ins.

12.7.1. Activating the Command

  • You can access this command from the image menubar through HelpProcedure Browser

12.7.2.  Description of the “Procedure Browser” dialog window

Figure 15.206.  The “Procedure Browser” dialog window

The Procedure Browser dialog window

The figure above shows the Procedure Browser dialog window. If you click on an item in the scrolled list on the left, information about it is displayed on the right. You can also search for a specific procedure by name by entering part or all of the name of the procedure in the Search: text box and clicking on the Search by Name button, or search for one by its description by entering a search string in the Search: text box and clicking on the Search by Blurb button.

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