For some another searches Code Explorer is usefull too. Look what you can find with it by hovering cursor over code with Shift [img:5cccaa30c9]https://www.mcselec.com/userpix/22760_references_1.jpg[/img:5cccaa30c9]
It will find first occurence. Next find you get with F3
You can call find with CTRL+F3 and then type word to find or highlight some piece of code and then CTRL+F
Important is change to Global. Sommetimes Im using "Whole word" option or "Case sensitive"
Even more powerfull anf often used is Replace function CTRL+R. WIth this you can change namig of the some variables/aliases for whole code without miss any occurence (Replace all). [img:86f3e6b3ce]https://www.mcselec.com/userpix/22760_find_1.jpg[/img:86f3e6b3ce]
Hi This sounds like a crazy simple question. How does the 'Find Text' dialogue window work. Ive read the help and cant get it do to very much at all. When i search for a word it only hi-lights one word. Ive used * around words and part words but cant seem to get it to work as i thought it would.
I was expecting to hi-light every word. If i searched for 'byte' only one is highlighted
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Without the waitms 2 it would read the first character and then garbage after that. The delay keeps me in the WHILE loop as the 9600 baud data slowly comes in. Seems obvious but caused me grief :roll: Without it, I drop out of the loop after the first character and do many other operations, causing (not sure why?) the rest of the incoming data/buffer to become corrupted.