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General Discussion

Daniel Oropeza
Daniel Oropeza
4,432 Points

What does '/**' mean when dealing with a directory?

I know the '' selects all of the files but what does the '*' mean?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,657 Points

You would only use one asterisk. It simply means "all files".

With a slash in front ("/*") it means "all files in the root directory of the file system".