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Try using echo -e to get the character \177, then xargs to pass it to rm. echo doesn't take decimal escapes, so convert to hex: Turns out the 177 is octal; echo doesn't take decimal escapesrequires a \0 (literal, so convert to hexnot null byte) before:

echo -ne '\xb1\0''\0177\0' | xargs -0 rm

Try using echo -e to get the character \177, then xargs to pass it to rm. echo doesn't take decimal escapes, so convert to hex:

echo -ne '\xb1\0' | xargs -0 rm

Try using echo -e to get the character \177, then xargs to pass it to rm. echo doesn't take decimal escapes, so convert to hex: Turns out the 177 is octal; echo requires a \0 (literal, not null byte) before:

echo -ne '\0177\0' | xargs -0 rm
2 added 1 characters in body
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Try using echo -e to get the character \177, then xargs to pass it to rm. echo doesn't take decimal escapes, so convert to hex:

echo -ene '\xb1\0' | xargs -0 rm

Try using echo -e to get the character \177, then xargs to pass it to rm. echo doesn't take decimal escapes, so convert to hex:

echo -e '\xb1\0' | xargs -0 rm

Try using echo -e to get the character \177, then xargs to pass it to rm. echo doesn't take decimal escapes, so convert to hex:

echo -ne '\xb1\0' | xargs -0 rm
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Try using echo -e to get the character \177, then xargs to pass it to rm. echo doesn't take decimal escapes, so convert to hex:

echo -e '\xb1\0' | xargs -0 rm