Zsh Suite of keeper Functions
"Zsh, or the Z Shell, is a command interpreter similar to others whose names you may recognize, such as bash, ksh, tcsh, csh, or sh. The shells bash, ksh, and Zsh all share a syntax based on that of sh, which was the original Unix command interpreter, but Zsh extends the shell with many other features, including some borrowed from tcsh and csh. One of these extra features is ZLE, a programmable editor for inputting shell commands and programs when using the shell interactively."
(Submitted by Noel Fri Jan 21, 2005 )
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