It is used to initialize the dialog with the default values and will keep the last values from the dialog when it is closed. It is also updated each time a wxFindDialogEvent (not implemented in wx) is generated so instead of using the wxFindDialogEvent (not implemented in wx) methods you can also directly query this object.
Note that all SetXXX() methods may only be called before showing the dialog and calling them has no effect later.
wxWidgets docs: wxFindReplaceData
Constructor initializes the flags to default value (0).
Get the string to find.
Get the replacement string.
Get the combination of wxFindReplaceFlags values.
Set the flags to use to initialize the controls of the dialog.
Set the string to find (used as initial value by the dialog).
Set the replacement string (used as initial value by the dialog).
wxFindReplaceData()) -> okdestroy(This ::
Destroys the object.