Unix will give you enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot. If you didn’t think rope would do that, you should have read the man page.
Gnu/Linux man-pages are often unclear. Openbsd man-pages will have clear examples of first, where to place the foot, and second, how to hold the rope.
That is why it's easier to shoot yourself in the foot in openbsd, and when your foot hurts on Linux, it's easier to Google it.
foot.c foot.h foot.o toe.c toe.o
% rm * .o
rm: .o: No such file or directory
@LoganDice "rope actually refers to a gun suitable for foot-shooting. the etymology comes from an original Unix application named `rope' first implemented in 1978"
@LoganDice "foot-shooting is only supported by a GNU extension. BSD-based systems may not support this functionality."
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