Answer: The variable for
ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_BASE are displayed in several ways,
depending on your OS level:
From Windows DOS:
c:> echo %ORACLE_HOME%
c:> echo %ORACLE_BASE%
You can also check the Windows registry:
In UNIX/Linux you use the "echo" command
$> echo $ORACLE_HOME
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