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Unix ---> setenv

The setenv (set environment variable) command assigns values to environment variables. Many environment variables are used by different Unix programs. We will see some of these in Login files. It is also possible to define your own variables. To either define a new environment variable or change the value of an existing variable type

    setenv variablename newvalue
For example, setenv TERM vt100 assigns vt100 to the variable TERM.

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