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The "atrm" command line tool is used to remove or delete jobs that have been scheduled using the "at" command.

The "at" command is used to schedule one-time tasks to be executed at a later time. When a task is scheduled using the "at" command, it is assigned a unique job ID. The "atrm" command allows you to remove a scheduled task by specifying its job ID.

Here is an example usage of the "atrm" command:

atrm 5

In this example, the command will remove the task with job ID 5 from the queue. The task associated with that job ID will not be executed.

The "atrm" command can be useful when you want to cancel or remove a scheduled task that you no longer want or need. It helps you manage and control the execution of scheduled tasks on your system.

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