> I suddenly found the folder “-p” in my home directory, one day...
> “ ls -p”
> “ ls -p/”
> / is not a flag option
> ”ls *”
> “ls */*”
> No file nor directory...
> “rm -p”
> -p isn’t a flag
> I dunno about you guys, but this sucked figuring out how to handle.
> It can be removed with
> “rm -r ./-p/“
> But everything else makes it into a flag.
> Moral of the story:
> If a file like “-a” shows up and it’s existence bothers you,
> DON’T TRY REMOVING IT WITHOUT
> “./“ or some other path behind it!