I'm sorry if this question is a little stupid, but it has left me rather confused.
When we access files through Python, and write files to 'C' drive or 'D' drive, are these drives actually present on the phone, or are these internal partitions made by the Python interpretter itself?
There is a set of files that are common to a Python application I have written and a Java application I have (got from a friend). However, when we search the files on the phone, the structure of the system seems totally different on the different platforms - I cannot spot a 'D' drive through Java, or even a 'C' drive where I have my 'c:/Python' folder.
Are the structure of the filesystem different in the two cases? If yes, is there some common memory area (other than c:\\data) where the two programs can access files?
Or is it some limitations of the Java code that do not allow it access to c:\\Python, etc.