Re: rm -r * and the default prompt
>Anybody should know that before typing "rm -rf *" or an equivolent,
>you THINK FIRST, every time.
The problem does not arise when you type rm the first time but after you
have some confidence and you think you know what you are doing.
Everybody knows what you should think first. But who does after getting
used to it?
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