Patterns may be searched for using ``/'' for forward search
and ``?'', for backward search.
Only substrings are matched.
Regular expressions are generally not supported;
the one exception being the ``^'' (caret) operator
which matches the beginning of a string.
The ``^'' operator is useful
if you want to skip forward or backward to a particular location.
/^s_trap+52 during disassembly
will skip forward to that location.
To repeat a search, n
(continue search, same direction)
(continue, reverse direction) can be used.
If a pattern is not found in the current function, as defined by the symbol, SCODB beeps.