from tclsh to tcsh

I got two small script that needs to be converted to tcsh could anyone help me?

#!/usr/bin/tclsh

if {$argc !=2} {
error "Usage: firstscript infileName Outfilename"
}

set fin [open [lindex $argv 0] r]
set fout [open [lindex $argv 1] w]
set a ":Bibelords prenumerant"

while {[gets $fin line] >= 0} {
set line $line$a
puts $fout $line
}
close $fout
close $fin

#!/usr/bin/tclsh

if {$argc !=2} {
 error "Usage: firstscript infileName Outfilename"
}

set fin [open [lindex $argv 0] r]
set fout [open [lindex $argv 1] w]
set a \&email\=
set b \&name\=

puts $fout \[begin\]

while {[gets $fin line] >= 0} {
 regsub -all : $line \n line
 set c [lindex $line 0]
 regsub -all $c $line \0 line
 regsub -all \n $line \0 line
 set line $a$c$b$line
 puts $fout $line
}

close $fout
close $fin

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jonasmAuthor Commented:
Adjusted points to 300
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ozoCommented:
#!/usr/local/bin/tcsh -f

if $#argv != 2 then
   echo "Usage: firstscript infileName Outfilename"
   exit
endif

perl -pe 's/$/:Bibelords prenumerant/' < $1 >! $2

#!/usr/local/bin/tcsh -f

if $#argv != 2 then
   echo "Usage: firstscript infileName Outfilename"
   exit
endif

echo '[begin]' >! $2
perl -ape 's/^s+//;s/$F[0]//g;print"&email=$F[0]&name="' $1 >> $2


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jonasmAuthor Commented:
Adjusted points to 400
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ozoCommented:
Oops, didn't notice that
 regsub -all : $line \n line
This may be a little closer
 perl -ape 's/\s*((\\.|[^\s:])+)/$1/; ($c=$1)=~s/\\:/ /g; s/$c//g; tr/://d; print"&e\mail=$c&name="' $1 >> $2

but do you really mean to say
 regsub -all $c $line \0 line
That seems to do interesting things when $fin contains lines like
1\:(.)2      1 1234
which I'm not sure I understand enough tclsh to know how to duplicate exactly,
and which I'm not sure you want to duplicate exactly
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ozoCommented:
jonasm, are we on the right track or not?
Without some feedback I can't guess which aspects of the tclsh script behavior need to be duplicate exactly, which are bugs you don't really want to duplicate, and which are just ideosyncracys that you don't care about since you never run into those situations anyway.
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ozoCommented:
I'm guessing then that the Adjusted points to 400 must have been intended to be given in acceptance of the original answer...

#!/usr/local/bin/tcsh -f
if $#argv != 2 then
    echo "Usage: firstscript infileName Outfilename"
    exit
endif
perl -pe 's/$/:Bibelords prenumerant/' < $1 >! $2


#!/usr/local/bin/tcsh -f
if $#argv != 2 then
    echo "Usage: firstscript infileName Outfilename"
    exit
endif
echo '[begin]' >! $2
perl -ape 's/\s*((\\.|[^\s:])+)/$1/; ($c=$1)=~s/\\:/ /g; s/$c//g; tr/://d; print"&email=$c&name="' $1 >> $2

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ozoCommented:
jonasm, if those scripts do what you wanted, please grade the answer.
If you wanted something else, please reopen the question, and add an explaination of what you would like the scripts to do differently.
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