Is this a standard notation in inux?
Hi, I just new to Linux. I had an exercise that look like this:
| |-- case1
| ‘-- program.c
| |-- X
| | ‘-- xword
| ‘-- word2pdf
The exercise requires me to make a file system based on this, but i not sure bout the notation " ' " used.
For me |-- shows the file or directory inside a directory, while '-- is the last file or directory in listing of that directory level.
So, for instance, alpha is a directory in w0000123, case1 and program.c are files in alpha directory.
However, in the bin directory, there is a 'X', is it a file or directory?