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Korn Shell Compiler

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What program is best used for writing Korn Shell scripts. I am learning this in my operating systems class and am a little confused on what to do.
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y u no use vim
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can't say I have ever heard of it.
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Vim for any scripting

Though if you've never heard of it, you may want to read documentation first. There's a learning curve since the UI is all keyboard.
Edited by Ferrari8608 - 10/28/13 at 9:52pm
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There is no best program for writing shell scripts, any text editor will do the job equally well.

Also, shell scripts are not compiled. They're not even interpreted since it's not technically a programming language. They're just executed line by line.
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