This allows you to find the definitions of Maple
modules, procedures, variables etc. in your code. Select the name of a Maple element that appears in your code, pull down the menu, and choose
Open Declaration. This will search for the definition
in all Maple files (.maple) in your project, including resources in the project's Build Path.
When you have gone to the definition of a Maple element, you can
return to where you were by using the back button,
found on the
If you hold the Ctrl key down
as you move the cursor over a Maple element name,
it appears as a hyperlink (on a Macintosh use the Command key). If you then click
you will be taken to the declaration. An example of a module name
appearing as a hyperlink is shown below.
You will be automatically taken to the element's source code. If the declaration is in a different file, this file will be opened.
This allows you to find all uses of a module, procedure etc. in your code.
Select the name of a Maple element that appears in your code, pull down the menu, and choose
Find References. This will search for uses of the function
in all Maple files in your workspace. A typical search
result window is shown below.