Data at user level different from that of data at implementation level.

Q27. How is data at user level different from that of data at implementation level?

Ans. At the user level, a file consists of a sequence of possibly intermixed data types-characters, arithmetic values, class objects etc.

At its lowest level, a file is interpreted simply as a sequence, or stream of bytes.

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