Combine Files with CMD

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2020-11-19 12:54:46 from bugfish
Combine Files with CMD
Windows / CMD
Last Review on: 2022-08-08 04:31:17 | Hits: 491
Here an example how to combine multiple text files into one large text file.
Here a imaginary situation: you have 3 text files named [text1.txt] [text2.txt] [text3.txt]
You want to combine these files into one single file named: [textall.txt]
You can use this quick and easy windows command in cmd console for is, just navigate to the directory and run:

type text*.txt > textall.txt

Now you have a textfile "textall.txt" in the same directory - which contains all the text from the 3 text files.

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