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Old 09-05-2002, 08:27 PM   #1
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maybe NOT so simple an output query

Sorry; I posted this in the Newbie section, but only received one response, so I am re-posting
my problem here.

How do I output on a single line? For example; if I...echo "dougp">file1...and I...echo "Douglas">file2, when
file1 file2>file3... And then file3, the output is on two separate lines.
That is;
How do I get it to display on a single line? Like this;
dougp Douglas ....or.... dougp, Douglas
Today is my third day playing with Unix(Linux on my Mac), yet I'm stymied by this simple problem.

P.S.; I have tried... man luck.
I have tried... info luck.
I have tried asking other luck.
The instructor doesn't know either.

P.P.S.; I tried Sandy's suggestion, but the output is from "cat" not from "echo".
Old 09-05-2002, 08:42 PM   #2
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Closed too. No need to double post and especially post the same question after its been answered or replied to. Try to keep the existing threads alive.

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