Perform en masse operation

If you have selected a range before applying an operand conversion command, IDA will display a dialog box.

You can choose a range of operands to perform an en masse operation:

 ALL OPERANDS
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The operation will be performed on all operands as a toggle. For example, if you ask to convert to a character, then all non-character operands will become characters, and all character operands will become non-chars.
 OPERAND VALUE RANGE
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The operation will be performed on the void operands which contain immediate numbers in the specified range.
 ... OPERANDS
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This selection will convert all operands with the specified type to undefined operands. Example: all characters become non-characters.
 NOT ... OPERANDS
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This selection allows to convert all operands that do not have the specified type to the specified type. Example: all non-characters to characters.
 NOT TYPED OPERANDS
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This selection allows to convert all operands without any type to the specified type. Example: all operands with no type to characters.
 APPLY ONLY IF POSSIBLE
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IDA will check whether an operand can be represented with the specified type (as a character constant, for example), and perform type conversion only if the check is successful.
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