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Windows 7: What is the difference of using Capital vs Small letters in file names

06 Aug 2015   #11
lehnerus2000

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by paul1149 View Post
There's no difference in Windows, but in Linux there is. If you want to have correspondence with Linux it would be wise to use a convention that both will understand. Linux sorts a little differently, too, so that a leading underscore will not send a file to the top. So I've been using a 0. prefix to do that. I'm also learning to avoid spaces.
The Linux GUI tools can usually handle spaces, but the Terminal doesn't like them.


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