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Looking for a quick script solution

Hello Blu.
        I 'm faced with a directory with about 100 gzip files that need to be uncompressed. 

        they are at s_2_0001_int.txt.p.gz and go to s_8_0098_nse.txt.p.gz



        If there was ever a need for a script this is it.. little experience here though..

        I 'm thinking a for [i} something    
            to load the file  * gz 
            then gunzip 
            form 1 to 100

        not sure where to start.

        Open for some ideas






Stephen Goldman 
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MIT Biology
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