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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 directory only. Syntax PATH [[drive:]path[;...]] To display the current search path, use the following syntax: PATH or For %%_ in (off %path%) do Echo %%_ To clear all search-path settings other than the default setting (the current directory), use the following syntax: PATH ; Parameters [drive:]path 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. Related Command For information about setting a search path for data files, see the <APPEND> command.
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