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rm [options] files
Delete one or more files. To remove a file, you must have write permission in the directory contains the file That, But You Need not have permission on the file ITself. If you do not have write permission on the file, you Will be prompted (y or n) To override. rm is often aliased to rm -i, Especially for the root user, to protect against inadvertently deleting files.
-f(-Force) - Remove write-protected files without prompting.
-r(-Recursive) - If fillet is a directory, remove the entire directory and all contents STIs, Including subdirectories. Be forewarned: use of this option CAN be dangerous.
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