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  A filename is any sequence of nonblank characters enclosed by spaces. In particular, the filename may contain one-character words, and it is case sensitive. This deviation from the general definitions of words and strings is done in order to allow for machine-specific filename specifications without having to enclose the filename in quotes.

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