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25.3.2 File System Limitations

We discussed some differences between Unix and Windows file systems in 15.3.5.2 File system Issues. You learned about some of the differences between Unix and Windows file systems. This section expands on that discussion, covering filename differences and separator and drive letter distinctions.


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