Examine32 Text Search
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What is Examine32 Text Search?
Examine32 Text Search is a program used to search through both text and binary files. While it is generally used to search for normal text, it can be used with GREP-like expressions as well. The program can sift through a multitude of file types in its searches, being capable of searching files in RTF, DOC, HTML, PDF, and more. It can search OpenOffice documents, StarOffice documents, WordPerfect documents, and even files with Macintosh/Unix line endings.
Examine32 Text Search is also capable of going through the contents of compressed folders (files using the ZIP extension) for its searches. It can display myriad details about the files in its search results, including the selection pertaining to the search query. It allows users to improve text-finding in the search results by giving them the ability to arrange the returned files according to various criteria, including the number of times a query has been found in a file or the alphabetized filenames. The user can also save his search results as XML files to be opened for review later, so that he will not have to run a search again.
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File types supported by Examine32 Text Search
About file types supported by Examine32 Text Search
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Last updated: : November 28, 2022