GNU/Linux Command – PRINTENV

printenv – Print All/Part of Environment

Summary:
`printenv’ prints environment variables with its Name and Value.

Examples:
$ printenv -- Print all Env variables and its value. $ printenv HOSTNAME -- Print HOSTNAME value. $ printenv SHELL TERM -- Print SHELL and TERM values.
Read: man printenv

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