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Hi experts,

    Here is another file I can not remove :
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-rw-r--r--    1 meow   users      566982 Oct 19 19:26 | lpr
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    I must have done some stupid thing so that my file name is "| lpr" .... oh...well ... how do I delete this file ??? thanks !!!

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