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how to split a string in tcsh script similar to Perl split command

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how can I split string in tcsh ?
In Perl, we have "split /token/,$string"
Is there something ismilar in tcsh script ? If not, what is the alternative.
Thanks in advance
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there's cut
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set name=(`echo $string|tr $token ' '`)
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