There is a lot of data I need to extract from archives, nested deeply within a silly folder structure. Doing it manually is out of the question. I had to modify this script I found at the Unix Stack Exchange slightly, in order to make it run as I wanted. It will run until it doesn’t find more .zip archive files, as it deletes them after extraction.
I put this into a file:
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then made it executable with
chmod +x and stuck it on my path. Now I can easily unzip all the archive files recursively, from the folder where I call the script.