%TEMP% and TEMP are very different. %TEMP% is an environment variable that refers to your accounts temp folder. TEMP does not refer to an environment variable at all. Entering TEMP will locate a in your system path, probably c:\windows\temp.
Actually TEMP does refer to an environment variable ...it is the system Environment variable.... C\windows\temp %temp% on the other hand is user environment variable and is the temp dir for the user signed in .That is why it uses the wild card% sign.
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