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       bsh - BeanShell: A Java scripting environment (command-line version).


       bsh [-classpath path] [file]


       BeanShell  is  a small, embeddable, Java source interpreter with object scripting language
       features, written in Java. BeanShell executes standard Java statements and expressions, in
       addition  to  obvious scripting commands and syntax. You can also script objects as simple
       method closures like those in Perl and JavaScript(tm).

       bsh starts the command-line version of BeanShell.


       The program bsh optionally takes a -classpath option which sets the value of the CLASSPATH
       environment  variable to the specified path before starting the BeanShell.  This option is
       mainly provided for compatibility with JDE (Java Development Environment for Emacs).

       In addition, a file to be executed may be given as argument to bsh.


       xbsh - the windowed version of BeanShell.

       More documentation on BeanShell can be found in  /usr/share/doc/bsh-doc/  if  the  bsh-doc
       package is installed.


       This  manual  page was written by Ruud de Rooij <> for the Debian GNU/Linux
       system (but may be used by others).