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BCP command to output to delimited file with Quotes and commas

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bcp "select * from livedb.dbo.tblValenceInformation" queryout "P:\ACCOUNTING\ValenceTemp.csv" -T -SPTM-DR01 -w -t^,

This command will output a SQL table with COMMA delimits.  How can I modify it to output  text with QUOTE delimiters and numeric/integers with COMMA delimiters?

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You can't really output QUOTE delimiters into a CSV file.
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