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       p7zip - Wrapper on 7-Zip file archiver with high compression ratio


       p7zip  [-c|--stdout|--to-stdout]  [-d|--decompress|--uncompress]  [-f|--force] [-h|--help]
       [-k|--keep] [--] [file ...]


       7-Zip is a file  archiver  supporting  7z  (that  implements  LZMA  compression  algorithm
       featuring  very  high compression ratio), LZMA2, XZ, ZIP, Zip64, CAB, RAR (if the non-free
       p7zip-rar package is installed), ARJ, GZIP, BZIP2, TAR, CPIO, RPM,  ISO,  most  filesystem
       images  and  DEB  formats.   Compression  ratio in the new 7z format is 30-50% better than
       ratio in ZIP format.

       p7zip is a gzip-like CLI wrapper script for 7-Zip, and handles only  the  7z  format  (the
       native format of 7-Zip), internally executing either 7za(1) or 7zr(1) command.

       With  no  switches passed in the command line, each given file argument is compressed into
       file.7z, and then removed.

       With the -d switch  each  passed  file  needs  to  end  with  the  .7z  extension  and  is
       decompressed.  After  the  decompression  the original file is removed unless it contained
       more than one archived file.

       When used without any file  argument,  p7zip  reads  data  from  the  standard  input  and
       compresses (or decompresses in case of -d) it into the standard output.


       -c, --stdout, --to-stdout
              Write output on standard output.

       -d, --decompress, --uncompress
              Decompress file.

       -f, --force
              Skip some checks and force compression or decompression.

       -h, --help
              Print usage.

       -k, --keep
              Do not delete input file.

       --     Treat all subsequent arguments as file names, even if they start with a dash.


       7z(1), 7za(1), 7zr(1), bzip2(1), gzip(1), zip(1)


       Written for Debian by Mohammed Adnene Trojette. Updated by Robert Luberda.