Supplying a value for the /P parameter prepends the value to the
Example: On July 4, 2003
fdate /ff /oCCYY-MM-DD /p"Today is: "
Today is: 2003-07-04
A common use for this feature is to help create a batch file that
sets an environment variable containing the Fdate output.
Fdate /ff /oCCYY-MM-DD /p"set date1" >junk1.bat
This feature was needed before the introduction of the /C (custom
output format). Since then, there is less need for it, although it
is still convenient for many purposes.
This is a companion parameter to the /S parameter.