If you create a file on UNIX/Linux with special characters, such as
touch \"la*, you can't remove it with
rm "la*. You have to use the inode number (you can if you add the
\ before the name, I know, but you'd have to guess as a user that it was used in the file creation).
I checked the manpage for rm, but there's no mention of the inode number. Doing
rm inodenumber doesn't work either.
What is the command for this?