uschedulerm reads information about scheduled jobs
from DIR, or, if this is not given, from ~/.uschedule/.
The current working directory will be used instead of ~ if the
-. or --dot-as-home option is given.
It then deletes all jobs with the identifier JOB-ID.
If the -c option is used then uschedulerm will not delete
scheduled jobs but registered commands. In this mode no command with
more than one link is deleted, that is, commands referenced by any
active job cannot be removed.
To make uschedulerm ask before it removes any file use
the -i option. This option is the default is standard input
and output point to a terminal. If you dont want to be asked any
questions use the -N option.