directory

  1. an alphabetical list of names and addresses
  2. (computer science) a listing of the files stored in memory (usually on a hard disk)

Directory

(1) A collection of uniform descriptions that summarize the contents of a large number of data sets. It provides information suitable for making an initial determination of the existence and contents of each data set. Each directory entry contains brief data set information (e.g., type of data, data set name, time and location bounds). (2) A unifor...
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(from the article `search engine`) An alternative search tool is a directory such as Yahoo, which organizes information on Web pages according to a human-developed hierarchical ...
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(from the article `Ukraine`) ...peasants manifested their hostility through rebellions and partisan warfare. The capitulation of Germany and Austria in November removed the main ...
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directory

[n] - (computer science) a listing of the files stored in memory (usually on a hard disk) 2. [n] - an alphabetical list of names and addresses
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Directory

• (n.) Direction; guide. • (n.) A book containing the names and residences of the inhabitants of any place, or of classes of them; an address book; as, a business directory. • (n.) A collection or body of directions, rules, or ordinances; esp., a book of directions for the conduct of worship; as, the Directory used by the nonconformi...
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directory

noun an alphabetical list of names and addresses
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Directory

[computing] In computing, a directory is a file system cataloging structure which contains references to other computer files, and possibly other directories. On many computers directories are known as folders, catalogs (catalog was used on the Apple II, the Commodore 128 and some other early home computers as a command for displaying disk ...
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[OpenVMS command] In computer software, specifically the command line interface of the OpenVMS operating system, the DIRECTORY command (often abbreviated as DIR) is used to list the files inside a directory. It is analogous to the DOS dir and Unix ls commands. ==Sample output== ...
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Di·rect'o·ry adjective [ Latin directorius .] Containing directions; enjoining; instructing; directorial.
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1. An information source listing names, addresses, phone numbers, etc. 2. On a computer, a directory is an index of the data stored in a particular location on a disk.
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A book/magazine containing details of employers/vacancies. Usually free, you can pick up a selection in or around the foyer of your careers service.
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A catalog of basic information about the show, including exhibitors, floor plan and schedule of events. (This is also sometimes referred to as an On-site Program or Program.)
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a categorised list of websites, maintained by human editors instead of robots. Yahoo is the most widely recognized directory on the web.
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A categorized catalog of websites, typically manually organized by topical editorial experts. Some d
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A directory and folder are exactly the same thing, windows refers to them as folders but you will often come across them being called directories. Directories/folders allow information to be stored in your computer in a more convenient way making it easier to organize your files. Directories/folders can be created, renamed and deleted much like fil...
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A disk file, or the bottom level of a disk drive, that contains the names, dates, sizes, and filing system references to files and/or further directories. In Microsoft operating systems often called a Folder
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A drawer which can hold files inside, making your hard/disk drive appear more organised.
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A list of files or other directories on a computer at an Internet site. (Same thing as a folder.)
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A list of persons, organisations, or institutions systematically arranged, usually in alphabetical or classed order, giving addresses, affiliations, etc. for individuals, and addresses, officers, functions, and similar data for organisations
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A list of websites organised by category, or a site made up of directory pages.
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A location on a computer that is used to hold computer files. A subdirectory is a location within a directory. For example, in the path C:/verio/customers, 'verio' is the name of the directory and 'customers' is the name of a subdirectory located within the 'verio' directory.
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A structure for organizing files on a computer or on a network. Directories may be protected or shared using various methods for information security. Common directory structures include NetWare Directory Services, X.500 (a standard), and Banyan Vines. See file, network, and information security in the hard copy dictionary.
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An alphabetical or classified list of names, organizations, subjects, etc., giving usually titles, addresses, affiliations, and other professional data. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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An index of websites based mainly on human editing and categorization. In most cases the content is
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