Indicates which directories MS-DOS should search for executable files.
MS-DOS uses the PATH command to search for executable files in the
directories you specify. By default, the search path is the current
To display the current search path, use the following syntax:
For %%_ in (off %path%) do Echo %%_
To clear all search-path settings other than the default setting (the
current directory), use the following syntax:
Specifies a drive, directory, and any subdirectories to search.
When used as the only parameter, clears all search-path settings and
specifies that MS-DOS is to search only the current directory.
For information about setting a search path for data files, see the