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15.3.5.2 File system Issues

There are several differences between the file systems used on Unix and Windows, mainly in the areas of what names can be used for files. The program doschk, which can be found in the gcc distribution, may be used on Unix to check for filenames which are not permitted on DOS or Windows.


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