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write a script to delete zero sized files from a given directory (and all its subdirectories)

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write a script to delete zero sized files from a given directory (and all its subdirectories)

Code for write a script to delete zero sized files from a given directory (and all its subdirectories) in Unix / Linux / Ubuntu

for file in *
doif [-f $file -a ! -S $file ]; then 
    echo  "Delete $file [y/n] \c"
    read ans
    while [ans -eq ""]
    do
    read ans
    done
    if[$ans = y -o $ans = Y]
    then
    rm  -f $file
    echo "$file Deleted "
    fi
done
  
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