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a program that accepts operating system commands and causes them to be executed. For example, when you type a command such as dir, the command is read by the shell.

TheWindows shell is calledcommand promptorMS-DOS Promptand is derived fromcommand.com, which was part of DOS. UNIX users have a choice of shells, such as the C shell (csh), the Bourne shell (sh), and the Korn shell (ksh).

Dictionary of Real Estate Terms shell

the frame of a building. Generally, the builder has stubbed out utilities, built entrances, and provided the HVAC unit. It is ready forTenant Improvements.

Example: A developer had completed the shell of a strip shopping center and was awaiting tenants before customizing each retail space.



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