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Temporary file attributes?

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Posted on Saturday, July 19, 2003 - 9:56 am:   

I want to ask about .....
ever file has a set of attributes ( nama , read only , size , date created etc).....
Assume the process is written correctly , so that it deletes the file at the enf of its execution...Do you see any reason for an operating system to have TEMPORARY file attribute or not?Give a reason..

Thanks for who can help..
Posted on Sunday, September 7, 2003 - 1:44 pm:   

A temporary file is just like any other file. If I'm understanding you correctly, yes, a temorary file should be treated like any other file. You could go copy a temporary file into a regular folder and it would be same file, with both working like normal... (the 4 file attributes are: Archive, Hidden, System, and Read Only)

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