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What do these parameters mean in .tcsh file for job to run?

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at -c -m -f /username/export.tcsh means? I understand at means run the job at certain time, but what -c -m -f mean?
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-c        run the job under the csh shell
-m     mail a message to the user about the successful execution of the command
-f        use the file whose name follows (/username/export.tcsh) as input rather than the default stdin.

Your command should be followed by

-t [[CC]YY]MMDDhhmm[.SS]

to specify date and time where the job should run.
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Thanks woolmilkporc!
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