Linux script to Implement, as a script, a “safe” delete command

Implement, as a script, a "safe" delete command, sdel.sh. Filenames passed as command-line arguments to this script are not deleted, but instead gzipped if not already compressed (use file to check), then moved to a ~/TRASH directory. Upon invocation, the script checks the ~/TRASH directory for files older than 48 hours and permanently deletes them.

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In Progress 07-12-2019 Zeeshan 222

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