csh — Shell Command Interpreter with a C-like Syntax
/usr/bin/csh [-bcefinstvVxX] [argument...]
csh, the C shell, is a command interpreter with a syntax reminiscent of the C language. It provides a number of convenient features for interactive use that are not available with the Bourne shell, including file-name completion, command aliasing, history substitution, job control, and a number of built-in commands. As with the Bourne shell, the C shell provides variable, command and file-name substitution.
Although the C shell is robust enough for general use, adventures into its esoteric periphery may reveal unexpected quirks.
Initialization and Termination
When first started, the C shell normally performs commands ...