Batch file - how to Date & Time Format as January 6, 2014 - 8:54 PM Eastern

Batch file - how to Date & Time Format as January 6, 2014 - 8:54 PM Eastern

Hi Dhiravia,
If you want to convert the month format, please refer to the batch script below:
SET Month=%DATE:~4,2%
 if %Month%==01 set Month=JAN
 if %Month%==02 set Month=FEB
 if %Month%==03 set Month=MAR
 if %Month%==04 set Month=APR
 if %Month%==05 set Month=MAY
 if %Month%==06 set Month=JUN
 if %Month%==07 set Month=JUL
 if %Month%==08 set Month=AUG
 if %Month%==09 set Month=SEP
 if %Month%==10 set Month=OCT
 if %Month%==11 set Month=NOV
 if %Month%==12 set Month=DEC
 echo %Month%
To convert the date format via cmd, please also check this article:
http://myblog4fun.com/archive/2012/01/06/getting-the-current-date-and-time-from-bat-files.aspx
If there is anything else regarding this issue, please feel free to post back.
Best Regards,
Anna Wang
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