Object Finder dialog

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The Object Finder dialog lets you browse built-in functions, your own library functions, and all the objects in your model to insert into a definition. You can open the Object Finder dialog in two ways:

  • To insert the desired function or identifier at the cursor position in the definition, select Paste Identifier from the Definition menu, or
  • To replace the entire definition with the desired function, select Other from the expr menu.
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Select the desired set or library from the Library menu.
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These are the top items in the Library menu:

Found Objects: Objects found from Find button (see below)

All Available: All objects and functions, from model and built-in

All Modules: Objects from all module in the models

Current Module: Objects in the current module

Inputs: Inputs to the selected node

Use the Find button to search for an object by its identifier or title.

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The Found objects library in the Object Finder dialog then lists all objects whose identifier or title matches in their first n characters (the n characters you type into the search box).

To use a function, identifier, or system expression in a definition, select it. For a function, enter the required parameters in the parameter fields.

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Click OK to place the function, identifier, or expression in the definition.

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