How to unistall a file in Linux?

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I am new to linux and unable to find a method of uninstalling a file. Can someone help me please?
Mar 8 in Others by David
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You can uninstall a file using the following command in Linux.

sudo apt-get remove library_name
answered Mar 8 by Nabarupa

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