Type: Internal (2.0 and later)
Purpose: Sets or displays directories that will be searched for
not in the current directory.
PATH tells DOS which directories should be searched for external commands
DOS searches your working directory. DOS searches the paths in the order
specified in the PATH command.
For more information on using the PATH command and other commands
fixed disks, refer to Chapter 3, Using Fixed Disks.
If you enter the PATH command without options , the program will display
currently set path designations.
To tell DOS to search for external DOS commands and other executable
the PROGRAM directory that is within the root directory on drive C,
You can tell DOS to search more than one path by specifying several
separated by semicolons. For example:
To reset the path designation so that DOS will search only the current
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