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A Practical Guide to Red Hat® Linux® 8 by Mark G. Sobell

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Chapter 14. The TC Shell

IN THIS CHAPTER

Shell Scripts

Entering and Leaving the TC Shell

Features Common to the Bourne Again and TC Shells

Redirecting Standard Error

Command Line Expansion

Editing the Command Line

Correcting Spelling

Variables

Control Structures

Builtins

The TC Shell (tcsh) performs the same function as the Bourne Again Shell, the Z Shell, and other shells: It provides an interface between you and the GNU/Linux operating system. The TC Shell is an interactive command interpreter as well as a high-level programming language. Although you use only one shell at any given time, you should be able to switch back and forth comfortably between them as the need arises (you may want to run different shells in different windows). Because many ...

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