I would like to
rm all files that end in
~ in both my current directory and all directories inside my current directory. I was under the impression that the flag
-R would do this; however, the following commands only remove files ending in
~ in my current directory and not the other directories inside my current directory:
rm *~ -r rm *~ -R
Is it even possible to get
rm to perform as I want it to as explained here and, if so, how?
I use tcsh.