On Mon, 4 May 2009 11:08:04 +0200, Ruben de Groot <mai...@bzerk.org> wrote:
> Probably because the # is interpreted as comment. I can reproduce this
> in a bourne shell; not in (t)csh.

Ah, thank you. According to the prompt, it didn't look
like csh in the first place, but not like plain sh, too.
Customized bash prompts usually include brackets 'n stuff.

Because I'm using csh mostly, I didn't see the problem
that "cd #something" == "cd" (which of course leads
to $HOME).

An attempt to "rm #12345" in sh / bash should lead to
an error message (for incomplete rm command).

It's safe to use the Midnight Commander to cd into and
rm #something files and directories. :-)

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Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
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