Re: Can't delete a file
On Aug 11, Mike Miller wrote
> I have a file on my machine that I created that begins with a hyphen. How
> can I delete it. rm -test says can't delete est using option -t (or
> whatever). How do I tell it not to use the hyphen as a switch?
With most GNU tools, '--' means "end option processing here".
So "rm -- -test" will do what you want.
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