This is a sample straight forward program. I am using C-shell and want a solution for this environment itself. Following this code sample:
set FILENAME = "\!:2" alias jo 'echo this is my \!:1 file and its name is $FILENAME'
on command line when I give the following:
jo first sample.txt
I should get the output as
this is my first file and its name is sample.txt
instead I get
this is my first file and its name is !:2
The problem here is the symbol \ totally gets eliminated, I don't know how. That is needed if I want it to take the argument. Can anyone help out with this?