I had a bash script which did the wrong thing. So I pressed Ctrl-C to stop it.
Is now the output I currently see on my terminal all the output produced by the processes that have run. Are does Ctrl-C also prevent output to be printed even though the process that wanted to output something has run/finished what it was doing.
So, I do:
for i in *; do rm -vf $i; done
Can I now be sure that all
removed 'file' messages on my screen are those that are removed and nothing more has been removed?
Maybe relevant info: I worked in a screen session over ssh.