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9.3 A Sample Shell Application

What I need now, is a program that uses `libsic.a', if only to give me confidence that it is working. In this section, I will write a simple shell which uses the library. But first, I'll create a directory to put it in:

 
$ mkdir src
$ ls -F
COPYING  Makefile.am  aclocal.m4  configure*    config/   sic/
INSTALL  Makefile.in  bootstrap*  configure.in  replace/  src/
$ cd src

In order to put this shell together, we need to provide just a few things for integration with `libsic.a'...


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