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Old 09-28-2009
Java Output of two files One After Another

Hi Can we put output of two files one after another?
For example i have two files.

File1.txt ---
CDTBIPX      UNIX      6624
CDTBIPX      UNIX      6625
CDTBIPX      UNIX      6626
CDTBIPX      UNIX      6627

20090928 11:30:01 6624 0
20090928 12:00:01 6625 0
20090928 12:30:00 6626 0
20090928 13:00:01 6627 0

Now i want then to arrange in one line like
CDTBIPX      UNIX      6624    20090928 11:30:01 6624 0
CDTBIPX      UNIX      6625    20090928 12:00:01 6625 0
CDTBIPX      UNIX      6626    20090928 12:30:00 6626 0


UNIX      6624   11:30:01    CDTBIPX      
UNIX      6625   12:00:01    CDTBIPX      
UNIX      6626   12:30:00    CDTBIPX

Can you please help

Last edited by vgersh99; 09-28-2009 at 10:08 AM.. Reason: code tags, PLEASE!
# 2  
Old 09-28-2009
look into 'man paste'

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# 3  
Old 09-28-2009
please find the commands

1st output - paste File1.txt File2.txt
2nd outupt - paste File1.txt File2.txt|awk '{print $2,$3,$5,$1}'
# 4  
Old 09-30-2009

Originally Posted by uthay85
please find the commands

1st output - paste File1.txt File2.txt
2nd outupt - paste File1.txt File2.txt|awk '{print $2,$3,$5,$1}'

thnaks dear, this was really helpful.

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