Contents of the WHICH.DOC file
WHICH: Locate command(s) and display pathname. Ver 1.0. Jul 05 1992
Copyright (c) 1992 by Yossi Gil, P.O.Box 3148, Jerusalem, ISRAEL.
Usage: WHICH command(s)
WHICH takes a list of names and looks for the files which would be executed
had these names been given as commands. Each argument is searched for using
the current PATH setting. WHICH recognizes the usual executables extensions:
.COM .EXE .BAT and uses DOS command search rules rules. If 4DOS is installed,
then WHICH will also search for .BTM files as well.
o COMMAND.COM/4DOS.COM internal commands such as 'DIR' and
'CDD' are not found.
o 4DOS aliases are not recognized.
o Executable extensions (on 4DOS) are not recognized.
o Following 4DOS, WHICH ignores extension search rules
if a an extension is included with the command name.
Copy freely for private use. Usage as part of any commercial package
is under the same restrictions as of Rhaul Dehsi ZOO program. If you
cannot obtain ZOO, you cannot use WHICH commercially.