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.QPF File Extension

File Type 1Quartus II Project File

DeveloperAltera
Popularity
3.7 (3 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatN/A

What is a QPF file?

Project file created by Quartus II, a program for analyzing and optimizing HDL (Hardware Description Language) designs; includes data related to a single design analysis project; also contains information about the current version of the Quartus II software and all the revisions created for the project.

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Programs that open QPF files
Updated 11/2/2009

File Type 2QuickPad Encrypted Document

DeveloperKlumbu
Popularity
2.0 (2 Votes)
CategoryText Files
FormatText

.QPF File Association 2

Encrypted text document created by QuickPad, a text editor sometimes used as a replacement for Notepad on Windows; stores text that can only be viewed by opening the file in QuickPad; used for protecting sensitive information.

More Information

To create a QPF file, select File → Export as QuickPad file... from the QuickPad application menu.

NOTE: Since QPF files do not use a user-specified password when they are encoded, two QPF files with the same document text contain the same encoded data.

Programs that open QPF files
Windows
Klumbu QuickPad
Updated 1/2/2013

File Type 3Quest3D Project

DeveloperAct-3D
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryData Files
FormatN/A

.QPF File Association 3

Project created with Quest3D, a 3D development program used for creating 3D games, simulations, and training software; contains project data and workspace settings; can be viewed with the free Quest3D Viewer.

More Information

Act-3D Quest3D is now discontinued.

Programs that open QPF files
Windows
Act-3D Quest3D
Act-3D Quest3D Viewer
Updated 12/7/2018

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