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foreach



foreach

 

name

 

(



wordlist



)


     

commands




end

Assign variable name to each value in wordlist , and execute commands between foreach and end . You can use foreach as a multi-line command issued at the C-shell prompt (first example below), or you can use it in a shell script (second example).

Examples

Rename all files that begin with a capital letter:

% 

foreach i ([A-Z]*)


? 

mv $i $i.new


? 

end

Check whether each command-line argument is an option or not:

foreach arg ($argv)
   # does it begin with - ?
   if ("$arg" =~ -*) then
      echo "Argument is an option"
   else
      echo "Argument is a filename"
   endif
end


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