file

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  • Every computer system provides at least one file-manager program for its native file system.
  • The lower the rate, the smaller the file and the more significant the quality loss.
  • This works well with large text files with few changes from one version to the next.
  • In some operating systems, the name is associated with the file itself.
  • However, a file can also be located through the path table provided by the file system.
  • Sometimes more than one kill file will be used.
  • He took on the legal files and decided on a further investigation.
  • However, the file size will be different, and it will not be possible to search for text.
  • A large share of all civil cases filed in state courts are debt collection cases.
  • Women and men could file for divorce based on this issue alone.
  • Even though he had broken the law, no charges were filed.
  • For example, a program may be passed the name of a file on which it should perform some function.
  • Early operating systems generally supported a single type of disk drive and only one kind of file system.
  • However, it is also possible to create files where the bit rate changes throughout the file.
  • However, it is also possible to create files where the bit rate changes throughout the file.
  • She filed for divorce from him less than two months later.
  • No money had actually been paid, and no charges were filed.
  • Carey later settled out of court when the woman filed a civil suit against him.
  • This ruling not only gave the media access to the files, but also gave schools access.
  • The file numbers are counted from each player's right to each player's left.
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Meaning of file

  • noun A set of related records (either written or electronic) kept together
  • noun A line of persons or things ranged one behind the other
  • noun Office furniture consisting of a container for keeping papers in order
  • noun A steel hand tool with small sharp teeth on some or all of its surfaces; used for smoothing wood or metal
  • verb Record in a public office or in a court of law
    file for divorce, file a complaint
  • verb Smooth with a file
    file one's fingernails
  • verb Proceed in line
    The students filed into the classroom
  • verb Place in a container for keeping records
    File these bills, please