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File Path in Mac OS

Suppose I have file in linux OS the absolute path of which is:
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/media/OS_Files/myfile

What will be the absolute path of this file in MAC OS?
Any good link which which explain the absolute path format in MAC?
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If I understand your question correctly then a good starting point would be
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man hier

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