What is Windows' equivalent of the “which” command in Unix? Is there an equivalent PowerShell command?
In Linux, we have the "which" command to find out the path of an executable. What is its Windows equivalent? Is there any PowerShell command for doing that?
Does powershell have an equivalent to the which command found in most (if not all) unix shells? There are a number of times I'd like to know the location of something I'm running from the command ...
I want to use python24 provided by ports, so I've installed it, and python_select -s shows that the version I want is indeed selected. Running which python gives /opt/local/bin/python, and running ...
Possible Duplicate: Windows equivalent of whereis? It's easy enough to write a simple script that works like the which(1) command from unix, which searches for a given command along the ...
Possible Duplicate: Windows equivalent of whereis? For Linux/Mac I can use which to locate the file. What would be the equivalent to this command line tool of which?