What are the different accessing methods of a file, Operating System

What are the different accessing methods of a file?

The different types of accessing a file are:

  • Sequential access: Information in the file is accessed sequentially
  • Direct access: Information in the file can be accessed without any certain order.
  • Other access methods: Creating index for the file, indexed sequential access method (ISAM) etc.

 

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