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Difference btw sodu rm -rf and sudo rm -R commands

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Can anybody please explain to me the Difference between sodu rm -rf and sudo rm -R commands used for deleting files. The -rf and -R is the confusing part for me.

 

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-f = Force, you better be sure you know you want those files gone. It won't prompt or warn you no matter what or how much you're deleting. So an rm -rf command will delete a directory and everything beneath it, without warnings or prompts. Its probably the best all-purpose, mess up your computer command there is. Be absolutely triple certain before you use it.

 

But I don't know what sodu is. Never heard of sodu.

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