There is no touch command familiar from other operating systems. The touch command would modify the last-modification timestamp of a file without changing its content.
One workaround, with unclear reliability and applicability across various Windows versions, is this:
copy /b file.txt+,,
- Windows recursive touch command at superuser.com
- Windows version of the Unix touch command at stackoverflow.com
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