Search OD:




Search OD – group of commands for selecting graphical elements by OD criteria (video - https://youtu.be/fgy0QXROyiI, 3:31)::

Find entities with no OD, ODEDIT_HAS_NO_OD command – search and selection of graphic elements without attached OD.

Find entities with OD, ODEDIT_HAS_OD command – search and selection of graphic elements with attached OD.

Find entities with duplicate OD, ODEDIT_HAS_DUPLICATE_OD command – search and selection of graphic elements with attached duplicated OD.

Find entities with multiple OD, ODEDIT_HAS_MULTIPLE_OD command – search and selection of graphic elements with attached multiple OD.

Find entities with no specific OD, ODEDIT_HAS_NO_SPECIFIC_OD command – search and selection of graphic elements, with no specified OD attached. Select the required OD in the list using the mouse cursor and the Select all/nothing button. The enabled Simultaneous option means the search of graphic elements, to which not all specified OD is simultaneously attached.

Find entities with specific OD, ODEDIT_HAS_SPECIFIC_OD command – search and selection of graphic elements, to which the specified OD is attached. Select the required OD in the list using the mouse cursor and the Select all/nothing button. The enabled Simultaneous option means the search of graphic elements to which all the specified OD is attached simultaneously.

Find entities with specific OD values, ODEDIT_EVAL_EXPR command – search and selection of graphical elements, the OD of which has values with the specified criteria. The list of used OD is displayed in the left part of the command window. The list of fields of the specified OD is displayed in the right part of the window. Select the required OD in the list using the mouse cursor and the Shift and Ctrl buttons. The right part of the window displays the fields, which are simultaneously available in the descriptions of all the specified OD.
Enter the comparison symbols (>, <, <>) in the required fields, and the required criteria-values ​​with the possible use of masks (*). The disabled Extended option means the possibility of selection of any occurrence of the entered characters. In this case, the comparison symbols and masks are considered as symbols of values. The enabled Extended option means that the possibility of selection of the entries of the entered characters, taking into account the comparison symbols and masks. At the same time, you can specify the search criteria for multiple OD fields.
The comparison marks symbols (>, <, <>) are applicable both for numeric and OD character fields.



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