14.5.2. Matching pairs

Select Find → Pair Matching... to display the Pair Matching dialog box shown in Figure 14.3. This dialog box contains:

Highlight

Begins the search and scrolls the file to display the first match. The code within the matching pair is then highlighted in the File Editor pane. The search locates the first delimiter in the matching pair and places the cursor after it.

Jump Begin

Begins the search and scrolls the file to display the first match. The search locates the first delimiter in the matching pair and places the cursor after it.

Jump End

Begins the search and scrolls the file to display the first match. The search locates the second delimiter in the matching pair and places the cursor after it.

When a pair is matched in your source code, the File Editor displays the result by highlighting the pair or repositioning the cursor. When moving the cursor, the new location is displayed in the Cursor location field. You can make the cursor visible by making the Code window active.

Where you have more than one matching condition in your source file, you can continue searching through the file until you reach the end. This displays an information box or flashes the Code window to show that no more matches have been found.

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