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6.1 Finding and Viewing Members

The functions in this section are similar to those described in Source Display, and also in Finding/Viewing, except that they work in a C++ source buffer, not in member and tree buffers created by Ebrowse.

C-c C-m f
Find the definition of the member around point. If you invoke this function with a prefix argument, the declaration is searched.

If more than one class contains a member with the given name you can select the class with completion. If there is a scope declaration in front of the member name, this class name is used as initial input for the completion.

C-c C-m F
Find the declaration of the member around point.
C-c C-m v
View the definition of the member around point.
C-c C-m V
View the declaration of the member around point.
C-c C-m 4 f
Find a member's definition in another window.
C-c C-m 4 F
Find a member's declaration in another window.
C-c C-m 4 v
View a member's definition in another window.
C-c C-m 4 V
View a member's declaration in another window.
C-c C-m 5 f
Find a member's definition in another frame.
C-c C-m 5 F
Find a member's declaration in another frame.
C-c C-m 5 v
View a member's definition in another frame.
C-c C-m 5 V
View a member's declaration in another frame.