Which of the following is invalid filename?
Answer: Option E
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|Kush said: (Aug 4, 2012)|
|Please explain about invalid filename ?|
|Gowri said: (Dec 31, 2014)|
|Anyone please explain this one.|
|Bindhiya said: (Jan 21, 2015)|
|A filename can consist of alphabets (a-z) , numerical's (0-9) and underscore (_). So the first three options are valid filenames. But how can option D be a valid filename?|
|Reshma said: (Jan 29, 2015)|
|Spaces in filename are allowed in unix.|
|Firoz said: (Dec 31, 2015)|
|Unix is rather flexible regarding file names. A valid Unix filename can contain any character other than "/".
Most systems allow filenames of up to 256 characters in length. The filenames motd, motd.new and motd.backup are all valid in Unix.
|Ankit Batra said: (Apr 23, 2016)|
|Is option D is a valid filename?|
|Saurabh Salvi said: (Jan 24, 2018)|
|D is not a valid answer as My .file will create two file if opened from vi editor.|
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