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a question should ask Microsoft

dsun01
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Dear support, 

this is not a joke, I should ask this question to Microsoft, but don't know how.  

while I am working on a Quartus project, there a lot of .v files, and I want find a variable in all the files, so I use win10 file explorer, in this case,  a variable "avmm_addr", in a file called fx3_reg_ctrl_hw.v,  but win10 told me there are no file contains this string. I feel very strange, and did a little explore, I found that if I create a new file, pure_testfile.txt, and copy paste all the content in the called fx3_reg_ctrl_hw.v. and did a search again, this time win10 find the string in the called fx3_reg_ctrl_hw.v. I attached both files. 

have this happened to anyone before? may be after many times zip and unzip, the text encoding already been changed to a strange one. but quartus editor, and win10 notepad didn't complain or warn anything wrong. 

thank you for helping. 

David

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AlHill
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Microsoft support:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11 is the new Vista]

sstrell
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Perhaps Windows is not searching .v files for text the way it would a .txt or .docx file?

dsun01
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