Command to tar directory excluding certain files/folders

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Is there any shell command/script that supports excluding certain files/folders from being archived?
Jul 12 in Linux Administration by Upasana
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$ tar --exclude='./folder' --exclude='./upload/folder2' -zcvf /backup/filename.tgz .

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