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You can use the following command in dos more file1.txt >> file2.txt a blank line will get inserted after every file that is being merged, this is useful when you have to merge a common file frequently … You can use the following command to merge and delete the second file. copy file1.txt 00000.txt more 00000.txt >> 11111.txt del 00000.txt you can merge any type of file extensions, a blank line gets inserted …
answered May 11 '17 by Parveez Khan