Sometimes after using gVim on Windows, I end up with temporary files.
.\content\5-minute-intro-to-gradle.markdown .\content\5-minute-intro-to-gradle.markdown~ .\content\command-line-diff-for-windows.markdown .\content\command-line-diff-for-windows.markdown~
I’d really like to remove all the files in
.\content that end in
find on Unix immediately comes to mind, PowerShell’s
Get-ChildItem will feel right at home.
Get-ChildItem -Path .\content -Filter *~ -File | Remove-Item
Our directory is free from unwanted files!
Note It’s also possible to directly use the
Remove-Item command, but by using
Get-ChildItem we can safely fine-tune our query before piping it to the destructive