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With GNU find's -fprint and -delete actions:

find . -name "*.xmp" -fprint "removelist.txt" -delete
  • -fprint file - print the full file name into file file. If file does not exist when find is run, it is created. Ifcreated; if it existeddoes exist, it is overwritentruncated.
  • -delete - delete files

With GNU find's -fprint and -delete actions:

find . -name "*.xmp" -fprint "removelist.txt" -delete
  • -fprint file - print the full file name into file file. If file does not exist when find is run, it is created. If it existed, it is overwriten.
  • -delete - delete files

With GNU find's -fprint and -delete actions:

find . -name "*.xmp" -fprint "removelist.txt" -delete
  • -fprint file - print the full file name into file file. If file does not exist when find is run, it is created; if it does exist, it is truncated.
  • -delete - delete files
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With GNU find's -fprint and -delete actions:

find . -name "*.xmp" -fprint "removelist.txt" -delete
  • -fprint file - print the full file name into file file. If file does not exist when find is run, it is created. If it existed, it is overwriten.
  • -delete - delete files

With GNU find's -fprint and -delete actions:

find . -name "*.xmp" -fprint "removelist.txt" -delete
  • -fprint file - print the full file name into file file. If file does not exist when find is run, it is created
  • -delete - delete files

With GNU find's -fprint and -delete actions:

find . -name "*.xmp" -fprint "removelist.txt" -delete
  • -fprint file - print the full file name into file file. If file does not exist when find is run, it is created. If it existed, it is overwriten.
  • -delete - delete files
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With GNU find's -fprint and -delete actions:

find . -name "*.xmp" -fprint "removelist.txt" -delete
  • -fprint file - print the full file name into file file. If file does not exist when find is run, it is created
  • -delete - delete files

With find's -fprint and -delete actions:

find . -name "*.xmp" -fprint "removelist.txt" -delete
  • -fprint file - print the full file name into file file. If file does not exist when find is run, it is created
  • -delete - delete files

With GNU find's -fprint and -delete actions:

find . -name "*.xmp" -fprint "removelist.txt" -delete
  • -fprint file - print the full file name into file file. If file does not exist when find is run, it is created
  • -delete - delete files
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