bashrc not found on MacOS Monterey version 12 0

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I am using MacOS Monterey version 12.0

I checked in root directory, I don't have .bashrc and .bashprofile, but my system is using .zshrc and .zprofile

I am getting error that

./bin/temp.sh: line 3: /Users/xyz/.bashrc: No such file or directory

Code of temp.sh file at line 3 :

#!/usr/bin/env bash

source ~/.bashrc. # This line is causing error

Temporarily, I replaced this line with below and it is working

#!/usr/bin/env zsh

source ~/.zshrc. # This is working fine !!

From searching over few answers and posts, I got to know that Mac systems are transitioning to zsh from bash, because zsh is improved version of bash

Can anyone tell me proper solution of routing .bashrc or .bashprofile commands to fetch internally .zshrc or .zprofile ?

what will be best solution so that same script file can run on both systems having zsh and bash shells?

May 27 in Linux Administration by Rahul
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Assuming that you believe your content should utilize zsh, you should supplant the primary line which calls your shell, to settle on it decision zsh rather than slam:

#!/usr/receptacle/env zsh
And afterward ensure your content isn't utilizing anything intended for slam, or adjust the content to supplant tit's "bashisms" with the zsh-explicit counterparts.

On the other hand, you could likewise make the document you want to source with the substance you need. The genuine inquiry is the reason is your content attempting to source .bashrc? Which factors/works/anything that does your content need to instate from that point?
answered May 27 by Korak
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