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DtEditorFind(library call)			    DtEditorFind(library call)

       DtEditorFind — search for the next occurrence of a string in a DtEditor

       #include <Dt/Editor.h>
       Boolean DtEditorFind(
       Widget widget,
       char *find);

       The DtEditorFind function searches for the next occurrence (relative to
       the  insertion cursor) of a string.  The string is either the last find
       string value specified  in  the	Find/Change  dialog  (see  DtEditorIn‐
       vokeFindChangeDialog(3)) or is passed in as an argument.

       The widget argument specifies the DtEditor widget ID.

       The find argument specifies the string to search for.  If find is NULL,
       DtEditorFind uses the last string specified in the Find	field  of  the
       Find/Change  dialog.  If the string is not found by the time the end of
       the document is reached, the search continues at the beginning  of  the
       document, stopping at the character before the insertion cursor.

       For  a  complete	 definition  of the DtEditor widget and its associated
       resources, see DtEditor(3).

       Upon successful completion, the DtEditorFind function returns  True  if
       the search string was found; otherwise, it returns False.

       Dt/Editor.h  - DtEditor(5), DtEditor(3), DtEditorChange(3), DtEditorIn‐

						    DtEditorFind(library call)

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