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Unformatted text preview: In-Class 2Fall 2010File names and ExtensionsFiles are most commonly recognized by the names we as users give them. However, one of the common mistakes most users make is associating a file with a standard based upon its file extension.1.File extensions are always an accurate representation of what a file is.TrueFalseAFS File Tree & PathnamesIn a file tree, a pathname is much like a street address in a residential area. An address lets everyone know that a person or business is located at a certain building, on a certain street, in a certain neighborhood, in a certain city, etc. A pathname allows the user to know the location of a particular file in the file tree. Each pathname begins at the /, root, and works down through the subdirectories. Between each subdirectory, we place a /, slash. So, the pathname to pams.ncsu.edu is: /afs/pams.ncsu.edu2.Provide the absolute pathname for the following files and directories, starting at the rootdirectory....
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