docker container rmwill remove one or more containers from the host node. The container name or ID can be used. This does not remove images.
docker container kill: The main process inside each container specified will be sent SIGKILL, or any signal specified with option --signal.
Is a container a running instance of an image?
docker container rm and
docker container kill effectively achieve the same: the container will stop existing?
What are their differences?
What is "the main process inside a container"?
Is a container run exactly as a process in the host machine?