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Old 08-25-2016
May be I can explore my questions by this example.
I have the script like the below one. cshell

Name:NumberGeneration.csh
Code:
          #!/bin/csh 
          set Number = ( "one" "two" "three" "four" )
          echo "$#Number

Now I want to pass this array Number to another c shell called as Receiver.csh. How to send as commandLine argument to that script.@How to read from there?

In Receiver.csh, how to get the Number array
Code:
            #!/bin/csh
             set  GetNo = ( @ )  =>  how to get the Number array here.please help me



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