C-Shell sub-routine

C-Shell sub-routine

Post by Dave Perl » Wed, 23 Mar 1994 04:24:05

        I am trying to write a simple c-shell sub-routine to extract
a subset of letters. In other words, if the user chooses the letters
'a e' from a group of letters, let's say 'a b c d e f', I would like
the subroutine to respond back with the remaining letters. In this
example the remaining letters would of course be 'b c d f'.
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