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Linux gzip and gunzip commands

gzip: gzip compresses files in linux and unix. If given a file as an argument, gzip compresses the file, adds a “.gz” suffix, and deletes the original file. With no arguments, gzip compresses the standard input and writes the compressed file to standard output( use “>” to redirect to a file). Examples:Compress the file named …

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