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Windows Me Batch File

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#1 JC Ridgeway

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 06:53 AM

I am trying to use a batch file to do two things:
zip up files in one folder using PKZip and the @list switch into bufiles.zip
rename the resulting file to "BU" + the system date in the format yymmdd.
I have tried using the %date variable but ME ignores it and just renames the file to "BU".
Also, for some reason, ME ignores the @list switch in PKZip.
Could someone please tell me a workaround?
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