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What are ordinary files?
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What are ordinary files?
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(11-08-2019, 05:15 AM)rscomponentseo Wrote: What are ordinary files?

Ordinary files, or simply files, are files that can hold documents, pictures, programs, and other kinds of data. Directory files, also referred to as directories or folders, can hold ordinary files and other directory files.
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Ordinary files or simply files, are files that can hold documents, pictures, programs, and other kinds of data. Directory files, also referred to as directories or folders, can hold ordinary files and other directory files.
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Ordinary file. An ordinary file holds data. This data can either be ASCII text (consisting of characters from your keyboard), or binary (generally a machine generated file). An example of an ASCII text file would be some program source code listing; an example of a binary file would be the command ls.
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Ordinary files, or simply files, are files that can operate documents, pictures, programs, and other kinds of data. Directory files also related to as directories or folders, can hold ordinary files and other directory files.

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