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7 Uses of find Command in Linux

Find it and do what you want

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It’s safe to say that the find command in Linux is one of the must-know operations for backend developers, unless you are using a Windows Server.

For technical interviews, it’s also a popular topic. Let’s see a real question:

If there is a directory called logs on your Linux server, how to delete the log files…

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I’m a full-stack engineer who also writes.

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