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AmigaOS 4.0 - About OS4 - Commands

UNSET Internal
Purpose: To remove a local environment variable.
Format: UNSET [<name>]
Template: NAME
Path: Internal
UNSET removes the named local environment variable from the variable list for the current process.

With no arguments, UNSET lists the current local environment variables.

Example 1:

3.OS4:> UNSET
Process       3
RC            5
Result2       205
_mchar        ||
_pchar        |
_Runtime      0.001751
_ShellVersion 51.39
lists all of the current local environment variables and their contents.

Example 2:

3.OS4:> ECHO $Origin
This process launched from an icon
displays the local environment variable 'Origin' that stores a reminder that a Shell was invoked from an icon rather than a NEWSHELL. 3.OS4:> UNSET Origin
3.OS4:> ECHO $Origin
$Origin
once the local environment variable has been removed, ECHO will simply display the variable name.

See also: SET, UNSETENV


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