env(1)								       env(1)

  env, printenv - Displays or sets the current environment, or displays the
  values of environment variables


  Current Syntax

  env [-i] [name=value ...] [command] [args ...]
  printenv [name]

  Obsolescent Syntax

  env [-] [name=value ...] [command] [args ...]


  The env command lets you get and change your current environment, and then
  run the specified command with the changed environment.  Changes in the
  form name=value are added to the current environment before the command is
  run.	If the -i flag is used, the current environment is ignored and the
  command runs with only the changed environment.  Changes are only in effect
  while the specified command is running.

  If command is not specified, env displays your current environment, one
  name=value pair per line.

  The printenv command displays the values of the variables in the environ-
  ment.	 If name is specified, only its value is printed.  If name is not
  specified, printenv displays the current environment, one name=value per


  The following options are supported:

  -i Invoke utility with exactly the environment specified by the arguments;
     the inherited environment will be ignored completely.  Changes are in
     effect only while the specified command is running.

  -  Dash is equivalent to -i flag.


   1.  To add a shell variable to the environment for the duration of one
       command (sh only), enter:
	    TZ=MST7MDT date
	    env TZ=MST7MDT date

       Each of these commands displays the current date and time in Mountain
       Standard Time.  The two commands shown are equivalent.  When date is
       finished, the previous value of TZ takes effect again.

   2.  To replace the environment with another one, enter:
	    env -i PATH=$PATH IDIR=/u/jim/include LIBDIR=/u/jim/lib make

       This runs make in an environment that consists only of these defini-
       tions for PATH, IDIR, and LIBDIR.  You must redefine PATH so that the
       shell can find the make command.

       When make is finished, the previous environment takes effect again.

   3.  To find the current setting of the TERM environment variable, enter:
	    printenv TERM

       The command returns the value for the TERM environment variable.


  If command is specified, the exit status of env is the exit status of com-
  mand; otherwise, the env utility exits with one of the following values:

  0  The env utility completed successfully.

     An error occurred in the env utility.

     The command specified by command was found but could not be invoked.

     The command specified by command could not be found.


  Commands:  csh(1), ksh(1), sh(1).

  Functions:  exec(2).	delim off