This command replaces occurrences of binary or text data
with the specified data.
Select the data format and enter the appropriate data in
the Find What and Replace With fields.
Separate numeric values with commas and/or spaces.
The numeric values may be signed decimal or unsigned hexadecimal
bytes, words, double-, and quadwords. Please remember that multi-byte
values and UNICODE characters entered are interpreted according to the current
byte order setting.
When specifying an ANSI or a UNICODE string, use escape sequences
to represent special or non-printable characters. Note however that
the zero character is not allowed in strings because zero is interpreted
as the string terminator.
The search goes from the current position to the beginning or to
the end of the file depending on the selected direction. The Find
button finds the next occurrence, the Replace button finds and
replaces the next occurrences, and the Replace All button
searches for and replaces all the remaining occurrences until the end
(or the beginning) of the file is reached.