Linux shell RM deletes all. O suffix files in the subdirectory

How it works: Use the pipe command to find the files you want to delete in your home directory, then construct the parameter list using “xargs” and run the command.
Example 1: Delete all files with the suffix O in the current directory including subdirectories of the current directory

find . -name "*.o"  | xargs rm -f

Example 2: Remove all bak suffix files including subdirectories under /root

find /root -name *.bak | xargs rm -f

Command details reference:
Linux Shell LS Xargs RM Combined Delete File
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