SET command enables you to adjust the DOS environment by changing the variables that are available to programs running under DOS. This command shows the current settings in the environment, or you can use the command to add or change environment variables.
The syntax for the
SET command is as follows:
= is the name of the environment variable. The most frequently used environment variables are
PATH. You can choose your own variable names in addition to these three, however. Many of the programs that you might use set their ...