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appending strings

Hi ,

while trying to append two strings, it is not properly coming. my code will be like this

str1=_TrackingEAR
srt2=1.0.0-20080523.155438-12
i am trying to build str3=$str1$str2.tgz

but it is appending the last value ot the begingin of the string , but i expect to the end of the string..

The output is coming like

tgze_Pracking_Templates 1.0.0-20080523.155438-12

can anyone pls check the problem ?
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Try this to catch the real values...
echo ${str1}${str2}

or check with ksh -x
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