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What does FAF stand for?

FAF stands for File Attribute File


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For instance, if you have multiple executables within a directory that all need a 'ConnectionString' entry in their config file, the traditional method in. NET would be for each executable to have its own config file. This can become a burden in an enterprise environment when you need to change the connection string, as you would be forced to change each individual config file. Fortunately, there is a better approach. This better approach involves using the File attribute of the. NET config file.
Applying the read-only file attribute to a file will prevent it from being edited or changed in any way unless the attribute is lifted to allow write access. The read-only attribute is often used with system files that shouldn't be altered, but you could do the same with your own files that you'd rather someone with access not edit.
129 HTML Input=“file” Accept Attribute File.
file: A control that lets the user select a file. Use the accept attribute to define the types of files.
How to Set and Unset Read-only Attribute of a File or Folder in Windows
NetBSD added another attribute,[11] also supported by OpenBSD:[12] (System) Archived: When set, indicates that the file or directory is archived. OS X added another attribute:[13] (User) Hidden: When set, indicates that the file or directory should not, by default, be displayed in the GUI; ls will display it, however. Editing[edit] In DOS, OS/2 and Windows, the attrib command in cmd. exe and command. com can be used to change and display the four traditional file attributes. [3][14] File.