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#! shell [option ]

Used as the first line of a script to invoke the named shell . Anything given on the rest of the line is passed as a single argument to the named shell . This feature is typically implemented by the kernel, but may not be supported on some older systems. Some systems have a limit of around 32 characters on the maximum length of shell . For example:

#!/bin/csh -f

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