What’s the difference between sh, bash and zsh

What’s the difference between sh, bash and zsh

sh (or the Shell Command Language) is a programming language described by the POSIX standard.
bash contains many more features including those of sh. Sometimes sh is symlinked to bash
zsh (or the Z Shell) is like bash on steroids, slightly (word-splitting) incompatible with bash. If you are going this route, check out http://ohmyz.sh/

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