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how do you say this csh statement
  USER_REPLY = $<    
in bash?  that's to get user input while running the script,
not from command line arguments.
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#!/usr/bash

read
# data from stdin stored in $REPLY
echo Got from stdin $REPLY

or alternative:
read USER_REPLY
echo Got from stdin $USER_REPLY

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