I've got a scripting question for you bash lovers out there.
I have a directory that has a lot of subdirectories, only one of which I want to keep. Let's say I want to keep only the "B" subdirectory below:
Is there a way >>> on the command line <<< to remove all the directories other than B? I thought there might be a way to do this with "find" but nothing I've tried yet seems to work.
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