The New KornShell—ksh93
ksh93, the latest major revision of the KornShell language, provides an alternative to Tcl and Perl. As a programming language, it has comparable speed and functionality to each of these languages. Like Tcl, it is extensible and embeddable with a C language application programming interface. The New KornShell, ksh93, and the Tksh products are available from Global Technologies, Ltd., Inc., 5 West Ave, Old Bridge, NJ 908-251-2840.
David G. Korn AT&T Research, Technical Manager
Charles J. Northrup Global Technologies Ltd., Inc., CIO
Jeffery Korn Princeton University, Computer Science Department
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