Currently I am working on Windows 11, I need a script to check if there is a executable found in the current setup of $PATH (in DOS) and its location as well.
In UNIX csh command, there is a useful command called which. Which command will finds which and where executable is running. Sample:
> which java
Which command will search through all loactions listed in $PATH. If there are several instances of “java” then it will show the fist found. Same thing as the op system will do.
If i just write java on command prompt, the op system will start up the first instance of java it can find.
I can’t find any related command line to pick up $PATH from DOS. May I know what is the command to locate and display executable file and its associated directory in Windows just like Which command in UNIX csh?
The Where command able to locate and display executable file and its associated directory in Windows just like Which command in UNIX csh.
Example of the Where command as below: