How can I copy the value of an environment variable into another environment variable? I'm updating a DOS batch script for use on Windows XP. Let's say that I have environment variable
FOO, which contains
some\file\path, and I need to make an exact copy of this file in environment variable
BAR. How is that accomplished?
FOO is setup as such:
setx FOO %MY_ROOT%\some\file\path
How do I make
FOO by only referencing