How to find sticky bit dir/files


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How to find sticky bit dir/files

I need to find all sticky bit dir/files on my system and clean them up if necessary.
How to I write a script to do this?
Thanks.
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Code:
find / -type d -perm -1000 -exec ls -ld {} \;

Will list the directories with sticky bit set.
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Code:
find . -perm -1000

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