I had an exam this week, and one of the questions was (with one correct answer):
The file name can contain the character:
c) ? because it looked OK to me. When I came home I tested it on my machine (Ubuntu 14.04) and the file was created successfully. In the ready reckoner the correct answer is marked to be
I knew that the exam was Windows specific, but on the test paper the platform was not specified.
It's clear that
/ characters are not supported in a file name, BUT is there any way to force the operating system to allow them?
It would be really cool to proove that even
/ characters are supported.