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calling loparser query from batch file

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I am trying to run logparser from a batch file.  This is usually no problem but the querry uses some % signs and DOS batch file processing is trying to interpret those as parameters rather than just running the logparser command as written.  How do I force DOS to run this as intended.  I am sure this solution would apply to any similar situation where trying to run a command with % is not to be processed by DOS is necessary.  Here is what I am trying to run from the batch file:

logparser -i:TSV -iSeparator:spaces -o:CHART "SELECT Mounted, TO_INT(EXTRACT_PREFIX( %used, 0, '%' )) INTO bdf.gif FROM bdf.txt" -chartType:ColumnClustered -chartTitle:"% drive space" -view:on

Any help is very appreciated,
Bill A.