|PRINTENV(1)||General Commands Manual||PRINTENV(1)|
printenv — print
out the environment
printenv prints out the names and values
of the variables in the environment, with one name/value pair per line. If
name is specified, only its value is printed.
If a name is specified and it is not defined
in the environment,
printenv returns exit status 1,
else it returns status 0.
printenv command first appeared in
Bill Joy, February 1979.
|January 15, 2012||OpenBSD-current|