Which is version is correct?
filename or file name helped me a little, but didn't answer my questions, please see below.
program <filename> - where <filename> is the file name you want to process
program <filename> - where <filename> is the name of the file you want to process
As I know, "file" becomes like an adjective in this case.
Is it normal to use the short version in technical documentation (end-user);
Is it correct to
aarticles with the short versions.
the name of a file==
a file nameand
the name of the file==
the file name?
Is it correct to use a compound form, like "application executable file name" ("the name of the executable file of the application")?