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Getting a proper %DATE% variable in batch files September 13th, 2012, 2PM


Windows batch files are hideous things, if one is used to *nix shell scripting. Everything feels wrong! Of course, that’s mostly just because they have a different syntax… but sometimes it’s because they are wrong. Date formatting, for instance. There’s an environment variable, %DATE%, that holds the current date, but it’s formatted to the current […]

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