Backspace

Adnan Khurshid on April 4th, 2011

While typing commands on a unix system, removing a miss-typed character by the backspace writes down a character ^H instead. To remove a character, you must use Ctrl+BackSpace instead. However, this exercise is quite frustrating for the users. To get rid of this, use stty erase command as demonstrated below: root@mms1 # ls -l^H^H^H^H ls: […]

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