|I have found dozens of examples of appending a date/time stamp to a file via Batch files under Windows XP. I need to:|
1) append a date time stamp,
2) allow long filenames (spaces, commas, underscores, hyphens, parentheses, etc.),
and most importantly (this is where I get tripped up)
3) allow for wildcards.
file #1 = "blah, June 2011.xls"
file #2 = "June blah blah.mdb"
file #1 = "blah, June 2011 (06-23-2011 @ 956).xls"
file #2 = "June blah blah (06-23-2011 @ 956).mdb"
It's okay to have multiple lines in the batch file to handle the different file types.
thanks for any help you can provide.