Does blocking a site from robots.txt also blocks its subdomains access by default?

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Suppose there is a site abc.com . If I stop its indexing from Robots.txt then does it also block indexing for pq.abc.com and yz.abc.com?
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  • Profile picture of the author Old Molases
    Each subdomain on a root domain uses separate robots.txt files. This means that both blog.example.com and example.com should have their own robots.txt files (at blog.example.com/robots.txt and example.com/robots.txt).

    I hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author smkghosh
    I dont think so.
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