|Bhanu said: (Jun 17, 2013)|
|How do we identify it to be a directory when it is not specified? can't we misinterpret to be a file?|
|Ramesh said: (Jul 2, 2014)|
|Its not the string in the file. But the name of the file itself.|
|Lakshmi said: (Jul 15, 2014)|
|Question says progs directory, so doesnt that mean / should be present ?
Please explain answer.
|Subhashree Das said: (Jul 22, 2014)|
|If there is directory "progs" then you can not create a file with the same name. When you want to copy multiple files to a single location. Then you can only copy it to a directory, not a file.|
|Priyanka said: (Jan 24, 2016)|
|Hey for copying all files with chap we use * why question mark?|
|Chet said: (Aug 5, 2016)|
|??-> Wha it means?|
|Amol said: (Aug 20, 2016)|
?? means any two characters. If you used char* it will show files whose name starting from char like, charcoal, character etc.
|Sambit said: (Sep 17, 2016)|
|The question asking for progs directory without even mentioning the location of it, then why the answer 'D' is not correct while 'A' is correct. Can anybody elaborate?|
|Harryme said: (Nov 25, 2016)|
|?? is first two character.|
|Mahesh said: (Jan 26, 2017)|
|It's working correctly when I used char* but when I used char it occurs an error as.
cp: cannot stat 'chap??': No such file or directory.
How to solve this?
|Shekhar said: (Jun 14, 2021)|
Check chap length it should be 6. Then chap? will work.
You used chap* for this length not matters.
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