Shift+Delete in Mac OS X

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We all probably know that in Windows when you press shift+delete the file is deleted, bypassing the recycle bin.

I wonder how it's done in OS X?
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command+option+backspase
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Analogues of this system it seems not.
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It is likely that it can fix software or to write an applescript (sabinde it on the shortcut)
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In findare on Backspace will not be refunded.
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This is done solely through the creation of a service on apple script.
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All the shortcuts by the way is in the local help system.
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hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20071114065424440 — here for example such a macro. Delete files bypassing Kozin.
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