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Does anybody know how to create or programme a simple script on UNIX about archiving files using C language. I have this difficulty archiving my files since I am used to WinZip in Windows systems. Somebody please help me !!!
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I am not really sure what you mean by archiving files using the 'C' language.

But there are a couple of archiving tools that i know about for use in Unix.

You could try

compress <Your files here>
gzip <Your files here>
tar <File list>

Hope this helps
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