C-Shell Style Features
The C-Shell ("`csh'") was created by Bill Joy at UC Berkeley. It is
generally considered to have better features for interactive use than
the original Bourne shell. Some of the `csh' features present in Bash
include job control, history expansion, `protected' redirection, and
several variables for controlling the interactive behaviour of the shell
Note: Using History Interactively for details on history expansion.
- * Tilde Expansion
- Expansion of the ~ character.
- * Brace Expansion
- Expansion of expressions within braces.
- * C Shell Builtins
- Builtin commands adopted from the C Shell.
- * C Shell Variables
- Variables which Bash uses in essentially
the same way as the C Shell.
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