Daily archives: 2020-07-30

Python can be fun

Some time ago I had to browse a list of many folders on my computer and delete their subfolders with specific names, along with their content. Shortly afterwards I had to do this again, and it was possible I would have to repeat this time-consuming operation many more times. This made me think about automating this process. I didn’t know any ready-made tools for this kind of recursive browsing and deleting folders. I could use PowerShell to do this: I have some experience with this tool, but I don’t like it very much. I could also use C#, a language […]