TLDR
Enter a command. For example: git sed, mongod, bundletool dump.

paste

 
Merge lines of files. More information: https://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/paste.
 
  • Join all the lines into a single line, using TAB as delimiter:
     
    paste -s {{file}}
     
  • Join all the lines into a single line, using the specified delimiter:
     
    paste -s -d {{delimiter}} {{file}}
     
  • Merge two files side by side, each in its column, using TAB as delimiter:
     
    paste {{file1}} {{file2}}
     
  • Merge two files side by side, each in its column, using the specified delimiter:
     
    paste -d {{delimiter}} {{file1}} {{file2}}
     
  • Merge two files, with lines added alternatively:
     
    paste -d '\n' {{file1}} {{file2}}

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