For the crypto index fund protocol, see Set protocol
An internal DOS/Windows command that sets environment variables, which are stored values used by the operating system and many applications. To display the current values, type:
SETTING A VALUE
command creates an environment variable and places a value into it. Blank spaces matter. The following examples create NEWVAR with a value of "a."
set newvar=a create newvar with "a"
set newvar= a create newvar with " a"
set newvar= delete newvar
ransaction) A standard protocol from MasterCard and Visa for securing online credit card payments via the Internet. In this three-way transaction, the user, merchant and bank must use the SET protocols.
Credit card data and a digital certificate (for authentication) is stored in a plug-in to the user's Web browser. The order is received by a SET-enabled merchant server that passes encrypted payment information to the bank. Approval is electronically sent to the merchant.