Thanks for your reply.
I am familiar with the 'which' command; however, the file has to be on the path for which to find it.
which - locate a command; display its pathname or alias
which [ filename ... ]
which takes a list of names and looks for the files
which would be executed had these names been given as
commands. Each argument is expanded if it is aliased, and
searched for along the user's path. Both aliases and path
are taken from the user's .cshrc file.
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