I have a file structure as so:
archive.zip contains: directory archive which contains: zip_1.zip contains: file.txt zip_2.zip zip_3.zip
Is there a way that I can extract file.txt without having to unzip archive.zip? I'm currently extracting zip_1.zip with
unzip -j archive.zip "archive/zip_1.zip" -d "/path/where/zip_1/will/go"
then extracting file.txt out of the resulting zip_1.zip .
Is there a clean way to extract file.txt in this situation?