Asked by: Zhenhua Gonçalezasked in category: General Last Updated: 15th April, 2020
What is echo path?
Also to know is, what is the PATH environment variable used for?
PATH is an environment variable onUnix-like operating systems, DOS, OS/2, and Microsoft Windows,specifying a set of directories where executable programs arelocated. In general, each executing process or user session has itsown PATH setting.
Subsequently, question is, how do I find my path in Windows? From the Desktop, right-click the Start button and clickSystem.
- After the System screen appears, select Advanced systemsettings.
- This will open the System Properties window.
- Under the System variables section, scroll down and highlightthe Path variable.
Beside this, what does echo command do?
echo command in linux is used to display line oftext/string that are passed as an argument . This is a built incommand that is mostly used in shell scripts and batch filesto output status text to the screen or a file.
How do I echo a variable in Windows?
To reference a variable in Windows, use %varname%(with prefix and suffix of '%' ). For example, you can use theecho command to print the value of a variable in theform " echo %varname% ".