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yes, you can do this quite easily. click on your project in the project explorer or navigator, go to the search menu at the top, click file..., input your search string, and make sure that 'selected resources' or 'enclosing projects' is selected, then hit search. the alternative way to open the window is with ctrl-h. this may depend on your keyboard accelerator configuration.

more details: http://www.ehow.com/how_4742705_file-eclipse.html and http://www.avajava.com/tutorials/lessons/how-do-i-do-a-find-and-replace-in-multiple-files-in-eclipse.html

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just noticed that quick search has been included into eclipse 4.13 as a built-in function by typing ctrl+alt+shift+l (or cmd+alt+shift+l on mac)

https://www.eclipse.org/eclipse/news/4.13/platform.php#quick-text-search

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ctrl+shift+l opens the quick text search window

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press ctrl + h . then choose "file search" tab.

additional search options

search for resources: ctrl + shift + r

search for java types: ctrl + shift + t


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