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(Chapter 5 - Disk Initialization Manager)
This document describes the parts of the Macintosh system software that allow you to manage files and other objects in the file system. It shows how your application can handle the commands typically found in a File menu and provides a technical reference to the File Manager.
Chapter 5 describes the Disk Initialization Manager, the part of the operating system that allows you to initialize disks and erase the contents of previously initialized disks. You use a Disk Initialization Manager routine to present the standard user interface for initializing and naming disks.