Correct Answer: E
Solution :[e] The asterisk (*) is commonly used as a wildcard character or to denote pointers. Repetition or multiplication. In DOS and Windows, the asterisk (*) is a wild card that stands any combination of letters. The file specification m> therefore refers to all file that begin with m. Similarly, the specification m *.doc refers to all files that start with m and end with. doc.
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