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    What is directory?

    What is directory?
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    A book or website listing individuals or organizations alphabetically or thematically with details such as names, addresses, and telephone numbers.

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    A directory is an organizational unit, or container, used to organize folders and files into a hierarchical structure. Directories contain bookkeeping information about files that are, figuratively speaking, beneath them in the hierarchy.

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    A directory is an organizational unit, or container, used to organize folders and files into a hierarchical structure. Directories contain bookkeeping information about files that are, figuratively speaking, beneath them in the hierarchy. You can think of a directory as a file cabinet that contains folders that contain files. Many graphical user interfaces use the term folder instead of directory.

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    A directory is like a small database from which information is read much more often than it is written to.

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    Directories are a kind of website which are used to store businesses and their information.

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    A directory or folder is nothing more than a location on a disk used for storing information about files. The topmost directory in any file is called the root directory. A directory that is below another directory is called a subdirectory. A directory above a subdirectory is called the parent directory.

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    A directory is, in general, an approach to organizing information, the most familiar example being a telephone directory.

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    It is used to store business & Information.

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    Very Useful Information.

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    A directory is a location for storing files on your computer. Directories are found in a hierarchical file system. In computing, a directory is a file system cataloging structure which contains references to other computer files, and possibly other directories. On many computers, directories are known as folders, or drawers[1] to provide some relevancy to a workbench or the traditional office file cabinet.

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    A directory is an organizational unit used to organize folders and files into a hierarchical structure.

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    its a book or website listing for individuals and management alphabetically or thetical with details such as name, phone no, address etc. it will help people to find address or submit there business in directories

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    A directory is defined as an organizational unit, or container used to organize folders and files into a hierarchical structure. A directory contains bookkeeping information about files that are, figuratively speaking, beneath them in the hierarchy. You can think of a directory as a file cabinet that contains folders that contain files.

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    A directory is a location for storing files on your computer. Directories are found in a hierarchical file system, such as Linux, MS-DOS, OS/2, and Unix. In the picture to the right is an example of the tree command output that shows all the local and subdirectories (e.g. the "big" directory in the cdn directory).

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