RAD Studio (Common)
Find in Files

SearchFind in Files 

Specifies the text you want to locate and sets options that affect the search. The Find In Files command works with the Repeat Search command available on the context menu of the Messages pane.

Case sensitive 
Differentiates uppercase from lowercase when performing a search.  
Whole words only 
Searches for words only. If unchecked, the search string might be found within longer words.  
Regular expressions 
Recognizes regular expressions in the search string.  
Search all files in project 
Searches all files in the open project.  
Search all open files 
Searches files that are currently open.  
Search in directories 
When selected, the Search Directory Options are available. The search proceeds through all files indicated.  
File mask 
Specify the path of the files to be searched.
To search other files, use a wildcard entry (such as *.* or *.txt) at the end of the path.
To enter multiple masks, separate the masks with semicolons.
To search for files in the product root directory, specify the root directory using the appropriate environment variable.  
Include subdirectories 
Searches subdirectories of the directory path specified.  
Display results in separate tab in message view 
Causes the results of the search to be displayed in a new search tab in the Messages view. The tab is labeled Search for <string>, where string is the text you searched for.
If not checked, a new search tab is created unless one already exists. If a search tab exists, the search results are placed in the existing search tab and the label is changed. If no results are found, that search tab is deleted.  

Tip: Each occurrence of a string is listed in the Messages
view at the bottom of the Code Editor. Double-click a list entry to move to that line in the code.
Tip: To repeat the last search, right-click in the Messages
view and select Repeat Search.
Tip: While a lengthy search is in progress, the Find in Files
command changes to Cancel Find in Files. To stop a search in progress, either right-click the search result tab for that search and choose Close Tab, or choose SearchCancel Find in Files.

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