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I am creating a batch file that outputs to a log file. What it does, is puts a timestamp... copies a file... and puts another timestamp... then it starts over with a new file.

The trouble that I am having is that at the DOS prompt, the 'time /t' command only outputs the time to the minute. Not the second, which is what I need.

Does anyone know if there is a way to get that data at a prompt? Or maybe Robocopy or XCopy will do what I need. I just wanna find out how long each copy takes. Maybe email me if you have any idea.

Thanks!
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