Kodika offers a large number of code blocks for a user to use in a function. Using the Search tab, you can find the one that you need.
The user can search for a specific code block using keywords. For example, if the user types
text keywords, the
Label Set Text code block will be displayed.
By setting an Output Parameter Type, the search results will include all code blocks that have this (or a subclass) output parameter.
By setting an Input Parameter Type, the search results will include all code blocks that have one input parameter with this (or a subclass) type.
A search can contain more than one criteria. The more criteria you provide to the search, the more specific results you will receive. There are cases the selected criteria returns so many results that cannot be displayed. In such cases, try making your search more specific. A more specific search can be achieved by adding extra keywords and/or output parameter and/or input parameter.
If the search icon in the parameter placeholder is clicked, the search input or output parameter type will be auto-filled accordingly, and a search will be initiated.