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Hi,

I'm trying to create a directory with the name as the current date in format yyyymmdd, can anybody tell me how to do this?

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Question by:ChristopheLamarliere
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by:For-Soft
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What operating system are you using?
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by:ChristopheLamarliere
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XP Pro
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You can find solution here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/MSDOS/Q_21081302.html

Or, you can use %DATE% variable with substring syntax:
%DATE:~0,2%
To see details use SET /?
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by:shanekelly_7
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Here it is In Batch Script:-

::-------Start of Code--------::
@echo off
set y=%date:~-4%
set m=%date:~3,2%
set d=%date:~0,2%
set a=%y%%m%%d%
mkdir C:\<Path>\%a%
::----------End of Code-------::
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