I would prefer that we do not use these terms like BS and nonsense. That is not a civilized discussion.
This is a tough situation.
On the one hand, you yell at the op:
A common misperception is that a file "exists within a directory". No!
But this is exactly how it works, despite the actual implementation details.
A file exists within a folder, that is why they are called files and folders, this is the model .
So yes, if you're going to yell at someone and correct someone for using the same model everyone is taught, yes, this is bullshit.
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