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View Poll Results: What is your favorite interactive shell?
Original Bourne Shell (sh) 0 0%
Bourne-Again Shell (bash) 6 20.00%
Original C Shell (csh) 1 3.33%
Tenex C Shell (tcsh) 10 33.33%
Public Domain Korn Shell (pdksh) 3 10.00%
Korn Shell '88 (ksh88) 0 0%
AT&T Korn Shell '93 (ksh93) 1 3.33%
Almquist Shell (ash) 0 0%
Debian Almquist Shell (dash) 0 0%
Extensible Shell (es) 0 0%
Eash Shell (esh) 0 0%
Friendly Interactive Shell (fish) 2 6.67%
MirBSD PDKSH (mksh) 1 3.33%
Multi User Dungeon Shell (mudsh) 0 0%
Perl Shell (perlsh) 0 0%
Plan 9 Shell (rc) 0 0%
Stand Alone Shell (sash) 0 0%
Scheme Shell (scsh) 0 0%
Z Shell (zsh) 6 20.00%
Other 0 0%
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Which shell do you prefer for interactive (not necessarily scripting) use?
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