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`locate` wildcard strange behavior - why?

locate "*.png" returns all files ending with .png, as expected. locate "test.*" doesn't return anything, but there are files named test in my system. locate "*test" returns all files ending with ...
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linux locate command sort by date

The linux locate command is great at finding files quicky. My question: how can we use the locate command so that the results are returned in date/time order?
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Unix-type “locate” on Windows?

Using the Windows CLI (cmd), how does one locate a file that he knows part of the name of? For instance, every single Windows workstation installs javac in a different location, how would one find it ...
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locate/updatedb like tool (Linux CLI) for CDs/DVDs

I am looking for a Linux tool to search for files on offline media like CDs and DVDs. I know there are a lot of "cataloging" tools, but those are all graphical and I want a command line program. Ideal ...