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csh to sh script conversion

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I need to convert csh written scripts to sh.

What utility (script) is available (and where can I find it) that converts scripts written in csh to sh?
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Hi,

  There's no utility to do that. You'll have to convert your scripts manually. Due to the syntaxical differences and many
different ways of coding there's not an utility to do that.

Regards,
Minh Lai
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