What Is File Processing?

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File processing is the process of creating, storing and accessing content of files. File processing can be used in opening saved files for read only purpose. It can be used to save a new file or displace the existing one. Through file processing you can make new files and save the existing files. You can also modify files through this process. Compressing files, folders, and programs decreases their size and reduces the amount of space they use on your volumes or removable storage devices. Volume compression decreases the amount of space that is used by all of the files and folders that are stored on that volume. Because of a potential loss of performance, you may not want to compress some files.
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amber Jhon answered
File processing is the process of creating, storing and accessing content of files. For example, you are saving a word processing file to a hard drive. Similarly, if you store some files on a floppy disk or you retrieve a file from CD-Rom it is file processing. To perform file processing on an application a program is required like C++.

File processing can be used in opening saved files for read only purpose. It can be used to save a new file or displace the existing one. Through file processing you can make new files and save the existing files. You can also modify files through this process.

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James Anderson answered
Traditional file processing is one or more files per application. Basically this is use for Data redundancy, Update problems, Multiple copies, Access control application.

Basically we can use it for storage business data. Its very important for business purpose.
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Traditional File processing is the processing of file without using the computerized databases.
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ruth mogaka answered
This is an approach used in tradition to store files.
It was tiresome and time consuming
it required some one who is literate to operate it
Anonymous Profile
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Flat-file management of database-like data. You have a much higher overhead vs. A real database, because you must parse the file each and every time you wish to find something.
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Traditional file processing are basically used to store, manipulate and retrieve files from the computer

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