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I have a file on my Darwin system and the permissions are:
User: read, write, execute Group: read, execute Other: read, execute
What is the 11th notation the
In addition to this, I was led to believe that files/directories only had 10 places for their permissions? This, including the missing
d from the front, would make 11.