If you are logged into a remote server and trying to look into a huge file using the Nano text editor for the Terminal, you can make use of the keyboard shortcut Control + W.
Let's take a look at it step-by-step with screenshots.
Step 1: Open the file using Nano
% nano configuration_file.xml
Step 2: Press Ctrl + W to enter Search Mode
Step 3: Press Enter to locate the searched word/text
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