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Bahman M. wrote:
> What immediately came to my mind:
> %  rm `find . -type f -name '-P'`

This is just an excessively prolix way of running a command that
outputs ./-P and then feeding the result into rm(1).  You can just type:

   rm ./-P

for heaven's sake...

        Cheers,

        Matthew

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