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g3cat(1)			      mgetty+sendfax manual				 g3cat(1)

       g3cat - concatenate multiple g3 documents

       g3cat [-l] [-a] g3-file1 ...

       g3cat  concatenates g3 files. These can either be 'raw', that is, bitmaps packed according
       to the CCITT T.4 standard for one-dimensional bitmap encoding, or 'digifax' files, created
       by  GNU's  GhostScript  package with the digifax drivers. Its output is a concatenation of
       all the input files, in raw G3 format, with two white lines in between.

       If a - is given as input file, stdin is used.

       If the input data is malformed, a warning is printed to stderr, and the output  file  will
       have a blank line at this place.

       -a     byte-align  the  end-of-line  codes (EOL) in the file. Every EOL will end at a byte
	      boundary, that is, with a  01 byte.

       -l     separate files with a one-pixel wide black line.

       -h <blank lines>
	      specifies the number of blank lines g3cat should prepend to each page.  Default  is

       -w <width>
	      specifies the desired page width in pixels per line. Default is 1728 PELs, and this
	      is mandatory if you want to send the fax to a standard fax machine.  If one of  the
	      input  files doesn't match this line width (for example because it was created by a
	      broken G3 creator), a warning is printed,  and  the  line  width	is  transparently

       The  following  example	will  put  a  header line on a given g3 page, 'page1' and put the
       result into 'page2':

       echo '$header' | pbmtext | pbm2g3 | g3cat - page1 >page2


       Hopefully none :-).

       g32pbm(1), sendfax(8), faxspool(1)

       g3cat is Copyright (C) 1993 by Gert Doering, <gert@greenie.muc.de>

greenie 				    27 Oct 93					 g3cat(1)
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