OVER 250,000 OF THEM!
I use the find command often, so I opened a terminal and fired it up. To make sure my search pattern worked, I sent the results to a text file and gave it a quick look.
And Today I Learned that the find command has a -delete switch that made getting rid of those files a snap!
The full command went something like
find /home/fuddster/ -name "*.backup.20180721" -delete
Even with commands you use all the time, there's always something else you can learn about them.
What's your favorite AHA! moment like that?