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Folder tree structure

Postby Brooke » Thu May 12, 2005 12:23 am

Hello,
i am at school in my IT class and i need to know what a folder tree structure is, and what the rules of it? becuase i cant find it in the text book..... or anywhere else. so if someone knows please just let me know briefly what it is. PLease
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RE: Folder tree structure

Postby Guest » Thu May 12, 2005 8:40 am

A folder tree structure is just a series of folders, for instance on linux you have
/
/home
/etc
and so on. Then you will have sup folders:
/home/greg
--------------/bin
--------------/Documents
-------/john
-------/frank
-------/bennie

Now as your at school your probably on windows so you will have:
C:\Documents and Settings
C:\Program Files
C:\Windows
Then as with linux you will have sub folders. This isn't just used for the root ( / or C:\) of the sytem but could be a folder structure of your home directory, work folder etc anything.

Hope this helps and im not rambling on.

Greg
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Postby grogoreo » Thu May 12, 2005 8:42 am

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