Xargs commandLast updated
You can use the
xargs command to pass the output of one command to another. Mind blown.
grep -ir 10632f854d77def275091e2f9ac6a2c24d68bdbb97d23d5e5867934baffd5b66 collection/log -l | xargs rm
In this case I'm looking for all files named with the long hash in the
collection/log directory. The command would normally list them all. Instead it gets
xargs which then gives each line as an arg to