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An interpreter directive is a computer language construct that is used to control which interpreter parses and interprets the instructions in a computer program. It is also commonly referred to as an interpreter designator.
- Shebang (Unix)
- Bourne shell
- Bourne-Again shell
- C shell
- Filename extension, Command Name Issues section
- Scripting language
- Unix shell
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