LIBPATH — Set or display the LIBPATH environment variable

Synopsis

LIBPATH [/?] [value]

Options

/?
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Description

The LIBPATH command either sets or displays the value of the LIBPATH environment variable. With no argument, it writes the value of the variable to its standard output, in the form "LIBPATH=value". With an argument, it sets the value of the variable to that argument.

Note: On IBM OS/2, the library path is not an environment variable. It cannot be modified after the operating system has booted. Nor can it be displayed with commands that report the process' environment.

Note: To unset the LIBPATH environment variable, use the UNSETENV command. To set the LIBPATH environment variable to an empty string, use the SET command.

SET ESET SETENV UNSETENV CLEARENV PRINTENV DPATH PATH PROMPT INPUT


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