The Protected-Mode FAT File System
The protected-mode FAT file system organizes data on fixed and floppy disks.
Protected-mode FAT is compatible with the FAT file system, using file allocation
tables and directory entries to store information about the contents of a
disk. Protected-mode FAT also supports long filenames, storing these names and
other information such as the date and time the file was last accessed in the FAT
Protected-mode FAT allows filenames of up to 255 characters, including the
terminating null character. This is similar to the New Technology file system
(NTFS) which allows filenames of up to 256 characters.
Protected-mode FAT allows paths of up to 260 characters, including the
terminating null character.
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