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How to create timestamp on Powershell?
Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 4,772 views | 07/06/2009 10:21

This is a basic script to create timestamp using Get-Date command.

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Function TimeStamp 
    {
        $now=Get-Date
        $yr=$now.Year.ToString()
        $mo=$now.Month.ToString()
        $dy=$now.Day.ToString()
        $hr=$now.Hour.ToString()
        $mi=$now.Minute.ToString()
        write-output $yr$mo$dy$hr$mi
    }
$timestamp = TimeStamp

You can use timestamp with any script to create random files.



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