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How to show windows miliseconds timestamp for a file?

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Is there a way to show detail time stamp for the file

Date, time, minutes, seconds, miliseconds.
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You can see when it was last modified but not upto the precision of milli - seconds I think
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yes I want precision of mill
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Bill Prew earned 500 total points
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I think you can get that with WMIC DATAFILE from a command prompt (or BAT file).

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billprew:

what is the command?
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Some samples here:

http://www.winplat.net/post/How-to-check-file-properties-through-WMI-command-line.aspx

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb742610.aspx

Here's a simple example to give you the ide:

WMIC DATAFILE WHERE Name="c:\\temp\\test.txt" get Name, LastModified

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