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Why can't we mount multiple filesystem in same mountpoint?

SunOS 4.1 supported something like what I think you're getting at, called the Translucent File System. The idea is you could stack multiple filesystems in the same location. When searching for a file, ...
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WAV file header: Why 2 bytes for channel?

The dry and somewhat unhelpful answer is: The creators of the WAV file specification deemed 65535 to be a reasonable maximum number of channels. Any reasonable surround sound system (3.1, 5.1, 7.1) ...
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Where is File Allocation Table in FAT32 file system stored?

The first five fields of the BPB (BIOS Parameter Block) in any FAT filesystem contains are following fields: The first three bytes are the boot jump; this contains ...
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Why can't we mount multiple filesystem in same mountpoint?

Perhaps your confusion comes from the fact that you're imagining the filesystem being mounted as a subdirectory of the mount point. That's not the case. If you mount what you call ...
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