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I did exactly the same thing. I would never do this on a "real" machine, but I assumed the Treehouse console wasn't a "real" machine in the sense that I could get a fresh one if needed. Turns out I can't. You all should definitely fix this: The whole point of workspaces is to be a playground where mistakes are encouraged, no?
Jose Soto23,407 Points
rm -rf is a powerful tool that should be use cautiously.
There is no undo command for that. Your best bet is to recover from backup if you have one.