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Can someone explain to me exactly how to set up an .alias
file in my home directory to perform macros?  Thanks in
advance!

-Kadari
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Hi,

   Just create an .alias file in your home directory with all
the alias you wanted.
   If you're using csh/tcsh shell. Just add "source ~/.alias"
in your .cshrc file. Every time you log on, your .cshrc will
load the alias file and there you go.

Regards,
n0thing
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