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Get date and time on a file in "C"

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How can I get the date and time of a file using "C" in Windows NT 4.

I know how to do this using C++ and MFC but I need to know how
to do this is "C", on Windows NT.
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Use the _fstat() function from the standard C library.
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by:sdurgala
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Thanks,

    _fstat() works but I'm going to use _stat()
    because you don't have to have the file
    open when you use _stat().

    I never would of got this one with out your
    help, thanks again...
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