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Unix ---> Terminal input in a shell script

To input text from your terminal into a C shell script use the following syntax:

    while ( 1 )
        set line = "$<"
        if ( "$line" == "" ) break
Also, be advised that the C shell has no way of distinguishing between a blank line and an end-of-file.

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