Helpful when you need to find a class or package in some jar file recursively below the current directory. Still needs a test to see if the file found was a file or directory. Works case insensitively. Uses the unzip command because of it's performance superiority in comparison to jar.
#!/bin/sh for f in find . -type f -name '*\.jar' do unzip -l $f | grep -i $1 && echo "was found in $f" done