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|(6) ksh/bash vs sh|
If you follow textbooks on Bourne shell programming, all of the advice should apply no matter which of the Bourne-derived shells you use. Unfortunately, many vendors have added features over the years and achieving complete portability can be a challenge. Explicitly writing for ksh (or bash) and insisting on that shell being installed, can often be simpler.
The sh and ksh man pages use the term special command for the internal commands - handled by the shell
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