Sets the command path environment variable

Usage Guide

path sets the command path which is an environmental variable that stores the directories to be searched for a commands executable when the command is run. path is most commonly used to add directories to the command path. This is done by stating the current path variable (%PATH%) as the first path parameter. Used without any parameters, it returns the current command path. Example:
path %PATH% C:\my-app-folder

Tool Data

Operating Platform:Windows
Diagnostic Target:OS - Environment Settings
Tool Executable:path
Obtain From:Installed with Windows
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