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All well and good, being able to specify Linux/Unix file permissions with octal encodings, but these days there are much better options, such as the symbolic permissions supported by chmod, such as "chmod ugo+rw file/dirname", etc. Why force users to know octal permission encodings when they can use much simpler, …
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