Combine multiple CSV's into 1 based on Date modified

Hey experts-

I am trying to combine multiple csv files into one master csv file. by running a batch file from a Win 2003 server.

example:
I have the following files all in the same directory-
FileA.csv -- date modified 9-6-2014 @ 4:17am
FileC.csv -- date modified 9-6-2014 @ 4:18am
FileB.csv -- date modified 9-7-2014 @ 4:19am
FileD.csv --date modified 9-7-2014 @ 4:20am

I want to combine all of these files into one csv using a bat like so:
copy *.csv MASTER.csv /Y /B

The problem seems to be that within the MASTER.csv it is seems to have listed the contents based on the name of the file. I open MASTER.csv and it reads top to bottom like:
data from FILEA
data from FILEB
data from FILEC
data from FILED

What I need to happen is to have the data written to MASTER,csv based on the date the file was modified. Like so:
data from FILEA.csv
data from FILEC.csv
data from FILEB.csv
data from FILED.csv

the above file names are for example only. In my real world scenario, I have no control over the file names.

Thanks for the Help!
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sentnerCommented:
You can do something like this:

del MASTER.csv
for /f "tokens=*" %i in ('dir /od /b "FILE?.csv"') do type "%i">>MASTER.csv

This is from command line.  If used in a batch file, you'd replace %i with %%i.
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621techAuthor Commented:
That worked perfectly. Thanks for the help!!
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