> But no, it would almost never use '/' because that is the Directory
> Separator (or whatever you want to call it). Also, '\' is the quote
> character for the shell, hence "My\ File\ Name.txt". Also, I think
> *nix (or at least Linux) can use any character for filenames except
> NUL, i.e. "..." is a valid filename (eek!).

That was basically my point.  *nix has conventions/standards that it uses, and 
so does DOS, and they are not the same.  Trying to make one "look like" the 
other, especially with so much history and "freedom" allowed by DOS, just won't 

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