Let’s say you want to delete a file called abc.txt in the current directory. To see the inode number of the file, use the command ls -i. Let’s say the inode number is 11111, then you need to use the command: rm -f $(find . -inum 11111). Therefore, the format of the command is: rm -f $(find . -inum [inode number]).
You may ask, why is this useful? If you have a file with a really weird name, then deleting using file name may not work .