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Sets a search path for executable files.

Windows NT uses the path command to search for executable files in the directories you specify. By default, the search path is the current directory only.

path [[drive:]path[;...]] [%path%]



Used without parameters, path displays the current search path.


Specifies a drive, directory, and any subdirectories to search.


When used as the only parameter, clears all search-path settings and specifies that Windows NT is to search only the current directory.


Appends current path to the new setting.

More Information About Path

ntcmds00000001.gif Path--Notes

ntcmds00000001.gif Path--Examples


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