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I have few reports generated by my script. The names have a common tag "MMDD_HH24MI". For eg: file1_0324_1036.html, file2_0324_1036.txt etc.
I need to zip all the generated files in the same location using unix commands.
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zip filename.zip *_????_????.*

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Thanks..
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