I Use Ubuntu 18.04, 19.10
#!/bin/bash script how to remove the directories if they are empty from far end and stop at the directory having any file/files.
say.. I have created multiple directories with the below command
mkdir -p $HOME/.local/my/sub/directories/1/2/3
lateron during the time I have created lot of files in all directories starting from the directory "my to 1/2/3".
After some time I have deleted all the files in the directories "my", "directories", "1", "2", "3". Note that directory
sub is having some files..
mkdir -p option will see if there are parent directories in the command
mkdir -p $HOME/.local/my/sub/directories/1/2/3 and its safe.
Question: like above is there any command to see if the directories are empty and delete from far end and stop at directory
sub I mean