RFIND primary command

The RFIND primary command repeats the search performed by the previous FIND primary command.

All options specified on the original FIND command (such as CHILD, SEGMENT, and GET(n)) still apply to RFIND. With GET(n), a new record range is started with an RFIND command.




RFIND works from the cursor position. When you use the RFIND function key (F5), your cursor remains in the body of the data and you can easily move to the next incidence of string by pressing the key. However, if you type the RFIND command on the Command line, you need to reposition your cursor on the last incidence of string and then press Enter, in order to find the next incidence.

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