Removes a file (deletes a link)
rm [options] file-list
The rm utility removes hard and/or symbolic links to one or more files. When you remove the last hard link to a file, the file is deleted. Refer to Chapter 4 for more information about hard and symbolic links.
caution || Use Caution When You Use rm with Wildcards
Because you can remove a large number of files with a single command, use rm cautiously, especially when you are using an ambiguous file reference. If you are in doubt as to the effect of an rm command with an ambiguous file reference, first use echo with the same file reference to evaluate the list of files the reference generates.
The file-list contains the list of files that rm deletes.
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