You can call this tool by pressing
Ctrl+Alt+2 or by selecting the menu item:
Tools->IDE Tools->Opcode Search.
To find an opcode, type some words in the input line, e.g.
actor car. The tool displays the opcodes with these words. You can also use special search operators.
When the tool is open, it checks if there is a selected word in the editor. If the selected word is found, it will be copied into the search field.
To copy an opcode into clipboard, select it in the list and press
To add another opcode to the clipboard content press
To copy the entire results list press
Enter copy selected opcode onto clipboard
Shift+Enter add selected opcode to the clipboard
F1 - show help information
F2 - copy all opcodes from the results list into clipboard
F3 - sort the list by opcodes
F4 - sort the list alphabetically
F11 - clear the search field, display all opcodes
ESC - close the tool window
A single space between words serves as the
Finds all opcodes with both
@ and the word
The pipe character
| is the
@ | player
Finds all opcodes with either
If you write
| as the first character in the search, the tool will connect all the following words with the OR operator.
| actor player car
Finds opcodes with either
Two dashes before the word exclude opcodes with this word from the result:
Finds opcodes with
car but without
A single dash can be used before identifiers or
@ characters, but not numbers:
-10 [email protected] -car ---1
Finds opcodes with the number
-10 and without
^ - shows only conditional opcodes
^word - finds
word in the conditional opcodes:
Finds all conditional opcodes with
-^ - excludes all conditional opcodes from the list:
Finds all non-conditional opcodes with
-^word - excludes the conditional opcodes with
Finds opcodes with
player, with the exception of the conditional opcodes with
% - finds opcodes with the words in the given order:
% @ = @
Finds opcodes where
@ follow each other (possibly with other words in between).