Hive: How to know the path of a created table?

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I have created a table in Hive and now I want to find the path for that table. How can I find the path?
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You can use the DESCRIBE command to use it. Suppose your table name is "sample", then the command would be:

DESCRIBE FORMATTED sample;
answered Nov 28, 2018 by Omkar
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