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how do i check for an app's return state in C-shell.
is there a normal, succesful termination abnormal exit?
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app ; echo "exit status=$status"
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app &
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I think the ' ? '  might work too
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did you thing sh-ish, kellyjj ?
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app &&
app ||
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thanx,  

  1st two work well = )
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Then remove the question!!!!! Or award the points...
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you win
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