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Xic Environment Variables

Environment variables are keyword/value pairs that are made available to an application by the command shell or operating system. The value of an environment variable is a text string, which may be empty. Environment variables can be set by the user to control various defaults in Xic.



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Stephen R. Whiteley 2017-10-02