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Find in Files Window

Find in Files Window is used to specify the search pattern, replace pattern (optional) and other options required by Find in Files and Replace in Files commands.

Find in Files Window

Dialog options are described below:

Find and replace mode
Check to enable the Replace in Files mode, uncheck to enable Find in Files mode.
Search in
Enter the list of folders (separated with semicolon) to search in or press the browse (...) button to display the Folder List Dialog, where you can manage the list.
File types
The list of file masks to search for. Each mask is separated with a semicolon.
Include sub-folders
Sub-folders of each folder in a folder list are automatically included into the folder list.
Ignore case
Case is ignored during pattern searching.
Display errors
File opening or saving errors are displayed in the output.
Include streams
NTFS alternate data streams are included in the searching/replacing. Please note that this option includes all streams of any matched file in a search, there is no way to filter streams, only files.
Mode

Operation mode. Two operation modes are available for Find in Files command and two operation modes are available for Replace in Files command:

CommandModeDescription
Find in FilesFind at least one occurrenceEach file that matches specified mask(s) is searched for a pattern. Once the pattern is found, its offset is recorded and file is included in the result list. Find is aborted for this file.
Find all occurrencesEach file that matches the mask(s) is searched for a pattern. The file that contains at least one pattern occurrence is opened in the Hex Editor Neo and all pattern occurrences are added to a multiple selection.
Replace in FilesReplace all occurrences and saveEach file that matches specified mask(s) is searched for a pattern. Each pattern occurrence is replaced by the replace pattern. The file is then saved and closed.
Replace all occurrences and openEach file that matches specified mask(s) is searched for a pattern. Each pattern occurrence is replaced by the replace pattern. The file is then opened in the editor. You can then review the changes and either cancel them or commit (by saving the document).