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SET Statements

Environment variables are stored by OS/2 in memory and can be called by any program. They are used by many programs to store information (for example, the install path) or some configuration information. If you want to see a list of all installed environment variables and their values, type "Set" in an OS/2 window. If the list is too long, you can redirect the screen output to a file, simply type this "Set >output.txt".

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