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I am running a script #!/bin/csh can anyone guide me what does it me?
 
A file begins with #!/bin/csh. This means:?
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Script #!/bin/csh you run means:- 
Running the script will invoke /bin/csh to interpret the rest of the file.
 
This will make you understand.
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