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i need to zip my directory from other location

/a/b/c $ zip -r x.zip /tmp/w/x 

creates the entire path in zip, when i unzip

unzip x.zip 

It creates /tmp/w/ also in current folder, i don't want that.

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Assuming you just want x,

file="$PWD/x.zip"
(cd /tmp/w;zip -r "$file" x)

does the job in a subshell. When the subshell exits, the cd wears off.

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