|Ok here is what I have...|
For /F "tokens=1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 delims= " %%A in ('DIR /OD') do @(
But only some of the files are listing. I have a feeling the the delimiter is not a space but a tab. The problem is I can not figure out how to get ascii characters for the system command in notepad. The Character mapper only allows me to use DEC 22 and up. I need ascii 9 for the tab. Is there any way to do an equivalent of CHR(9) in CMD? I can do it using COPY CON then use the Alt+009 thing but copy con is worse than VI.
Yes, I could do a VB script but I would like to figure it out in CMD.