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Which is the recommended solution to the filename dilemma?

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A filename’s maximum length, valid characters, punctuation, and sensitivity to uppercase and lowercase letters vary among operating systems.

The best way to overcome the restrictions of case sensitivity, character exceptions, and file extensions is to use the convention specified by the International Standards Organization (ISO) for all your files. This convention specifies a maximum of eight characters followed by a period and a three-character extension. Allowed characters are letters, numbers, and the underscore character.

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