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Using SET in dos and appending to the PATH varible.

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Hi,

Ho do I append/add to my current PATH system  environment varible ?

I need the current PATH set and a one further location appended\added on the end.  I may not know the current path in order to enter it into my "SET PATH=" command.
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To add directories to an existing Path environmental variable:
PATH %path%; path3[;path4...]]
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