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jumpto
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inline bool
jumpto(ea_t ea, int opnum=-1)
Moves the user's cursor to a position within the current disassembled file(s), represented by ea. opnum is the X coordinate that the cursor will be moved to, or -1 if it isn't to be changed. Returns true if successful, false if it failed.

Examples:
#include <kernwin.hpp>

// Jump to the binary entry point + 8 bytes, don't move
// the cursor along the X-axis
jumpto(inf.startIP + 8);


Related: askaddr, AskUsingForm_c, callui, get_curline, get_cursor, get_screen_ea, jumpto, read_selection

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