Malcolm Groves – Being able to find elements in your code quickly and easily is critical to being productive in any IDE. Spend too long looking for things and you start to lose your train of thought. Over the years Delphi has introduced lots of different ways to search your code, some of them simple text-based matching, some of them much more capable search engines that actually understand the structure of your code. However, I regularly meet developers who aren’t aware of many of them, beyond doing a simple search using the Search | Find (Ctrl-F) menu option, or the same across multiple files using Search | ...
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