Q28160: QB /L A: Does Not Find QB.QLB If SET LIB=A: Is Not Set
Article: Q28160 Product(s): See article Version(s): 6.00 6.00b 7.00 Operating System(s): MS-DOS Keyword(s): ENDUSER | | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 2-FEB-1990 Problem: If the default Quick library file QB.QLB is on Drive A and no LIB environment variable is set, then the following command line fails to find QB.QLB: QB /L A: Response: This is how the Quick library search is supposed to work. If no argument is given to the /L switch, QB.EXE looks for a filename of QB.QLB. Otherwise, if you specify a drive such as Drive A, QB.EXE assumes that you are specifying a Quick library name other than QB.QLB. The following are easy workarounds: 1. Specify QB /L A:QB, which is only two characters longer. 2. An alternate workaround is to perform the following command from the DOS command line before running QB /L: SET LIB=A:
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