An environmental variable is a type of variable used in Unix and other operating systems to pass important information to running programs.
If your shell prompt contains a dollar sign ("$"), see the man page for the bash shell under "declare -x".
If your shell prompt contains a percent sign ("%"), see the man page for the csh shell under "setenv".
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