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Date: Wed, 7 Oct 92 14:28:18 -0500

5.7)  I would like to know more about the differences between the
      various shells.  Is this information available some place?

      A very detailed comparison of sh, csh, tcsh, ksh, bash, zsh, and
      rc is available via anon.  ftp in several places:

      ftp.uwp.edu (204.95.162.190):pub/vi/docs/shell-100.BetaA.Z
      utsun.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp:misc/vi-archive/docs/shell-100.BetaA.Z

      This file compares the flags, the programming syntax,
      input/output redirection, and parameters/shell environment
      variables.  It doesn't discuss what dot files are used and the
      inheritance for environment variables and functions.

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