Re: Copying only files that are not into the destination
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John Hasler <email@example.com> writes:
> The "desktop and paper" metaphor was popularized by Apple in the 1980s
> on the assumption that office workers would be frightened by such
> "computer jargon" as "directory" but could be made comfortable by
> lifting terminology from their familiar work environment. Thus
> directories were called "folders" in analogy to the familiar file folder
> and files "documents" in analogy to the papers contained in "folders".
> In some implementations disk drives were "filing cabinets".
> It was all quite unnecessary, of course, and just causes confusion.
:-) Did not know it too. Sorry, only 19. 'Night.
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