Trouble passing args, & where is 'more'

Fri Sep 25 15:10:00 GMT 1998

>Below is an example of a script that doesn't work on NT (with cygwin32, and
>correctly telling it to use bash as the shell), but worked fine on Unix.
>Any help would be much appreciated.
># lst2xlt
># General sed script to tab-delimit SAS output (for import to Excel)

Well, the first line causes KSH / BASH, et. al. to try to run the C
Shell instead
of anything you have.  C Shell was never meant to be used for scripting;
I mean
scripts were always to be written in Bourne shell because you *knew*
always have Bourne.

Get the Z Shell (ZSH) for UNIX. It will compile under CYGWIN32 (with
only a 
missing #define; make up a value for it).  ZSH knows KSH / BASH / CSH /
all at once.
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