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UNIX has a hierarchical file system structure consisting of a root directory (denoted as /) with other directories and files hanging under it. Unix uses a directory hierarchy that is commonly represented as folders. However, instead of using graphical folders typed commands (in a command-line user interface) are used to navigate the system.
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Particular files are then represented by paths and filenames much like they are in HTML addresses. A pathname is the list of directories separated by slashes (/). If one Pathname starts with / and refers to the root directory. The last component of the root looks like this It can be a file or directory.
The path name can only be a file name or a directory name. for example, The pathnames are /usr/include/sys/param.h, ~ /courses/cs604 and prog1.c. When you sign in, your system displays a list called your home directory.
(Also known as the login directory). You can refer to your home directory with ~ or the keys $PATH in bash, Bourne shell, and Korn and using $PATH in C and TC shells. Shells also recognize relative and absolute paths. absolute path
It starts with the root directory (/) and the relative path starts with your home directory, Your current directory, or the root directory of the current directory (the directory you are currently in).