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AmigaOS 4.0 - About OS4 - Commands

JOIN AmigaDOS
Purpose: To concatenate two or more files into a new file.
Format: JOIN [FILE=] {<file | pattern>} AS | TO= <filename>
Template: FILE/M/A, AS=TO/K/A
Path: C:JOIN
JOIN copies all of the listed files, in the given order, to a new file. The destination file cannot have the same name as any of the source files. You must supply a destination filename. The original files remain unchanged. Any number of files may be JOINed in one operation.

TO can be used as a synonym for AS.

Example:

3.OS4:> JOIN Part1 Part2 Part3 AS Textfile
The three files Part1, Part2 and Part 3, are concatenated in the order shown to create a new file, Textfile.


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