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NameDate Version 7.11 (Rename files with a date and timestamp)
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Documentation / Using NameDate
Usage: NAMEDATE [switches] filename.ext
where switches may be
and where filename.ext
is the name of an existing file. The filename.ext may contain a drive letter, a directory name and wildcards, so it's possible to rename all of the files in a given directory.
"format" characters used by the -Z (--FormatDate) and -ZZ (--NameFormat) options. These also apply when using the -SZ (--FolderFormat) option.
(New in Version 7.1x) If you enclose part of the filename in square brackets,
those characters will be taken literally and not subject to replacement. E.g.
"language" options used by the -E (--Region) and -EE (--RegionASCII) options
-E (--Region) specifies the language to use when using -Z (--FormatDate) or -ZZ (--NameFormat) with the a, A, b, and B keys. -E (--Region) specifies that the conversion will use ANSI characters (Windows character set), while -EE (--RegionASCII) specifies that the conversion should use ASCII (DOS) characters. See the examples below for more clarity. For a complete list of languages, please see MSDN Language Reference