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📌 An .LZH tech standard is based on the archive file specification encoded via Lempel-Ziv and Haruyasu (in short, LZH) algorithm logic. Accurately, the .LZH items are composed of one or more data resources which have been encoded and packaged to minimize the resulting file size ratio for the targeted entry transporting to another particular location and saving storage space. On the hierarchy and layout, the .LZH archives are pretty close to the LHARC scheme which is also utilized by .LHA archival methodics. Originally, .LZH principle was invented, opened up and founded in the middle 1980s. However, during the archives processing and maintenance extended algorithm is applied related to Huffman coding basement. The standard is still commonly exploited and utilized until now by various projects.
📌 The .LZH format tree is broadly supported, sustained and opened by all major archiving suites and solutions, like WinRAR, 7-Zip, WinZip, PowerArchiver, StuffIt Deluxe, PeaZip, Alpha ZIP, Incredible Bee Archiver, The Unarchiver, and more. In accordance with clear, flexible logic and layout of the algorithm, the .LZH specification can be accurately recognized, opened and comprehended by any top-notch suites and products, available amongst the competitive archival area of the IT-industry. The extension can be identified within all types of desktop operating systems, including macOS and Linux distributions. In predefined Linux forks you need to pre-install and configure the lha package, able to unpackage and decode LZH archives strictly to the custom path of a specific local folder.