Once you have generated a construct list in Code Search, you can use the list itself as a condition of a search. That is, you can use the search results to refine a subsequent search.
Suppose you have performed a Code Search for duplicate paragraphs in COBOL programs, storing the results in a list called Matched Paragraphs in the General folder. The next step might be to search for all PERFORM statements that reference the duplicate paragraphs. The example below shows how you might use a Code Search list of duplicate paragraphs as a condition of the search.
Find All Perform
Find Perform which has related any Paragraph (as Called Paragraph)
Find Perform which has related Paragraph (as Called Paragraph) which is in list General.Matched Paragraphs