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Unix equivalent of DOS set

Hi all,

what is the equivalent command of the DOS set that lists all the environment variable and their values?

Xavier.
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env

Try,
Code:
/usr/bin/env

Thanks
Nagarajan G
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OK Thanx Smilie
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Originally Posted by xxavier
what is the equivalent command of the DOS set that lists all the environment variable and their values?
It's called "set".
 

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