Finding the last modified file through DOS command
Posted on 2004-03-21
I would like to know how to recieve the name of the file that was last modified through a DOS command. Let's say I have this case:
The number does not have anything to do with the modification date.
Anyway, let's say that in this example, the file at hand is 'textfile-03.txt'. What command do I write in order to get a result of 1 line i.e. 1 file that meats this criteria I am looking for...? The output should of course contain the file's name.
I would like to redirect the command's output to a file on the system. How do I do this, if the file&folder exists or not ...?