Here are details relating to the command I referred to.
Deleting Directories (rmdir)
The rmdir command allows you to delete directories, just as you have done with files. To delete a directory, type in rmdir dirname and hit return (assuming the directory is called dirname). As with rm and cd, you can provide a full pathname to the file. Note that you cannot delete a directory unless it is empty with this command, although you can do it with a variation of the rm command. Simply type rm -r dirname instead. Note that both of these actions will delete the directory, and cannot be undone.
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