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Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users Uploading files in chronological order Post 302258731 by Gee-Money on Saturday 15th of November 2008 03:54:54 PM
Try something like this:

for file in `ls -t $DIR`;
cat $file >> outfile.txt

Where $DIR is the directory containing your files.

the "-t" option for ls will show your files, newest first.
if you use -t with -r, it will reverse it by showing oldest files first.
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