DIRECTORY/FOLDER STRUCTURE

 

  • In computing a directory is a file system cataloging structure which contains references to other computer files and possibly other directories.
  • On many computer directories are known as folders or drawers to provide some relevancy to a work bench or the traditional filing system.
  • The files are organized by strong relative files in the same directory. In a hierarchical file system a directory contains inside another directory, called sub directory.
  • The terms parent and child are often used to describe the relationship between sub directory and directory in which it is catalogues the data being the parent.
  • The top most directory in such a file system which does not have a parent of its own is called the root directory.
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