What is the difference between tcsh and bash?

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Date created: Mon, Aug 2, 2021 1:26 PM
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The main differences between them are syntax when doing regular expression matching and programming shell scripts. In short, the sh shell is more compatible with other (and older) Unixes, bash is the most usable (in my opinion), tcsh is the most like C, and zsh is for real shell geeks and power users.

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