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environment variableの例文

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  • Environment variables are local to the process in which they were set.
  • As with Windows Me, anything other than setting environment variables is ignored.
  • See a similar environment variable % $ LENGTH % under DOS Plus.
  • Windows puts the exit code into an environment variable called errorlevel.
  • See also a similar environment variable % $ WIDTH % under DOS Plus.
  • :Use the TEXINPUTS environment variable to specify a path to search.
  • Various settings may be triggered by either command line options or environment variables.
  • Setting the locale via the POSIX environment variable, e . g.
  • You need to change your % PATH % environment variable.
  • See also the related environment variable % _ ROWS %.
  • The filename is the dot command's first PATH environment variable.
  • That location is stored in the environment variable % 0.
  • The "'TERMCAP "'environment variable may contain a termcap database.
  • Using the environment variable also gives the user the possibility to point to another directory.
  • The environment variable by default points to the full path of the command line interpreter.
  • Shell scripts and batch files use environment variables to communicate data and preferences to child processes.
  • This default order may be modified in newer operating systems by the user-settable PATHEXT environment variable.
  • ;% USERPROFILE % : A special system-wide environment variable found on Windows NT and its derivatives.
  • Authbind achieves this by defining the LD _ PRELOAD environment variable which loads a libauthbind library.
  • Unix and Windows systems have environment variables that set the fixed pivot year for the system.
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