The C Shell (csh) is an interactive, programmable command interpreter for the Unix and GNU-Linux operating systems written by Bill Joy, then of UC Berkley. Csh is designed for programmers using the C language, using a similar syntax for its own programming.
C shell with built-in compiler.
C shell command constructs.
Csh Programming Considered Harmful
Tom Christiansen's famous essay on csh's deficiencies.
Hamilton C Shell 2009 Product Overview
Documentation, pricing information and demo version of a recreation of the original UNIX C shell and utilities for Windows.
Introduction to the C Shell
Copy of Bill Joy's original memo.
Online CSH/TCSH Manual
Description and reference.
Total C shell. FAQ, user manual and links to download binaries.
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