Unzip archives from the command prompt (...or script)

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Hi to all,
problem: several hundreds of compressed files (.zip stored in a tree
structure under the file system) to be unzipped.
I would avoid to manually do the works, is it possible to invoke unzip tool
included in WinXp by command line?
If Yes, how?

I also could consider to turn to another sw (free) supporting that feature
Thanks in advance,
G.R.


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Hi GR,

Here's a utility that will do what you want.

UltimateZip - the archiver for the future:
http://www.ultimatezip.com/


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Bert Kinney [MS-MVP DTS]
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"Giuseppe R." wrote
> Hi to all,
> problem: several hundreds of compressed files (.zip stored in a tree
> structure under the file system) to be unzipped.
> I would avoid to manually do the works, is it possible to invoke unzip
> tool
> included in WinXp by command line?
> If Yes, how?
>
> I also could consider to turn to another sw (free) supporting that
> feature
> Thanks in advance,
> G.R.