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Global files in DOS

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Anonymous
November 15, 2004 12:20:01 PM

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I know you can use global windows commands in DOS like command, find, dir,
etc, etc.

If I wanted to make the files in c:\javasdk\bin\ all global in ms-dos mode,
how would I do that?

Thanks, Brandon

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Anonymous
November 15, 2004 4:36:03 PM

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Add c:\javasdk\bin to the PATH environment variable. Control Panel, System, Advanced, Environment Variables. In the System Variables section, locate and highlight the PATH value and click Edit.
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"Brandon" <Brandon@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:8EC98F43-6378-4B32-A162-ABAC46C088DA@microsoft.com...
>I know you can use global windows commands in DOS like command, find, dir,
> etc, etc.
>
> If I wanted to make the files in c:\javasdk\bin\ all global in ms-dos mode,
> how would I do that?
>
> Thanks, Brandon
!