When I erroneously type 'ñ' (expecting to type any command) and then remove it and type the correct letter, the output returns the command with a special character attached
�, obviously the shell don't recognize the command and I must re-type it being careful not to type again the 'ñ' character.
Wrong typing @tachomi:~$ ñs Correct typing @tachomi:~$ ls Output �ls: command not found
- Why is this happening since I removed the wrong character?
- How can I solve this?
What I think is that this kind of characters
ñ , ' etc are not compatible with the shell being this the reason that the "memory" keeps something that it doesn't recognize, but I want to be sure why is this happening.
I'm using bash shell