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How to Unzip All Files in a Directory

We can unzip all the zip files in a given direcory in one of the following ways. Basically we need to escape * as it's treated as specical character. If we simply unzip with unzip *.zip command then mostly we will endup getting caution: filename not matched error.

Correct way to unzip all files in a directory

unzip \*.zip
unzip "*.zip"



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