1. How to combine multiple files with similar names in different folders by using unix command?

  2. combining two files to a single file

  3. Cannot write text in a file when using here-document
  4. continuous reading from named pipe (cat or tail -f)

  5. Piping cat into wall (e.g. cat | wall)

  6. Is 'cat' a shell built-in or an external program?
  7. Redirect content under a new line (without further syntax or arguments)
  8. How to cat and sed together?
  9. cat-redirect a file, but with variable expansions

  10. How to cat files together, adding missing newlines at end of some files
  11. why does ssh -t option adds cr & lf in redirected output
  12. How to find contents of a file?

  13. keep reading files in an updated dir
  14. write multiple lines to a file in one line command

  15. How to append multiple lines to a file, if these lines doesn't exist in that file?
  16. How to get line strings with special word start and end?

  17. What is the difference between "grep -c ^b example" and "grep ^b example| cat –n"?
  18. How can I "cat" a file and remove commented lines?

  19. How do you use output redirection in combination with here-documents and cat?
  20. How to display cat (not man) pages?

  21. Why does bash replaces text from command substitution with text thereafter

  22. Source multiple sql files with blank in name

  23. How can I display the contents of a text file on the command line?

  24. How to merge two files containing lists to one file with two columns?
  25. With the Linux "cat" command, how do I show only certain lines by number

  26. Inconsistent behavior when modifying file in-place with cat, sort, tee, and pipes

  27. How to code automatic uncompression of files in sh?
  28. Append to a file with sudo
  29. serial device output looks fine in gnu screen but garbled using cat

  30. scp remote file and append to local file

  31. How to monitor a serial connection @ 250000 baud?
  32. linux + file printed with the linux prompt
  33. cat heredocument copied everything besides function call

  34. Different cat Output for Hard Linked File over SSH?

  35. How do I send a set of file paths to cat and display their contents?

  36. How does this command work? mkfifo /tmp/f; cat /tmp/f | /bin/sh -i 2>&1 | nc -l 1234 > /tmp/f
  37. How to display trailing whitespaces in the text file?

  38. How to interleave the lines of two or more files?

  39. How cat suspends while reading a port?

  40. Cat a file with grep, showing current "cat" line

  41. How to cat all the log files within a range of dates

  42. Bash Cat file to terminal centre

  43. How to add headers to columns

  44. How to detect main class name from a java file having multiple classes using shell script?
  45. copy files and append in another directory?
  46. How does this `cat` command to txt script file work?

  47. Why does the cat command only read from the first file descriptor?

  48. Is it better to use cat, dd, pv or another procedure to copy a CD/DVD?

  49. cat file to multicast

  50. Is it possible to merge video files using `cat`?

  51. Command to output file content to stdout?

  52. bash - add blank line to heredoc via variable
  53. Is there a tool that combines zcat and cat transparently?
  54. Reading a named pipe: tail or cat?
  55. RegEx match + additional line removal
  56. How to copy the contents of files from a command line search into a single file?

  57. How to interleave two txt files with alternative number of lines
  58. Difference between "cat" and "cat <"
  59. merge file text with file name

  60. cat files in specific order based on number in filename

  61. echo a file as a single line with \n's
  62. how to disable keyboard on debian 9 with shortcut?

  63. How to use "cat" command on "find" command's output?

  64. cat results of grep

  65. What is the difference in using Ctrl+D and Ctrl+C to terminate cat command?

  66. How to preserve the content of an existing file and concatenate content from another file into it using cat command
  67. Is cat the only reliable command that can read data from serial?

  68. Pipe data from TCP socket connection to terminal
  69. How can I concatenate two files, foo1 and foo2, but also insert some text after foo1 and before foo2 from the terminal?

  70. top not showing the memory usage of cat

  71. Multiple files with no header to merge with one header

  72. What is the fastest command to trim the header of a csv file?

  73. Copy multiple files into one (append, merge) in single invocation without shell redirection?
  74. Cat in expect script adds new line to end of string

  75. timeout causes while read loop to end when `cat` is timed out

  76. How to assign the cat output of a bash script to a variable in another script

  77. How do I create a file name for my email attachment?

  78. How to combine gunzipped fastq files?
  79. Cat file dealing with header?
  80. Is there a simple command for outputting tab-delimited columns?
  81. Difference between 'cat < file.txt' and 'echo < file.txt'

  82. Append lines to beginning of all files in a directory

  83. How to cat /dev/ttyUSB0 to new file daily

  84. Base64 decode and overwrite file

  85. Working with /dev/null with cat or cp vs touch

  86. saving output of another command

  87. Concatenate files from line number onwards

  88. get first X characters from the cat command?
  89. Display all files from a directory with cat at the same time

  90. cat /dev/null emptied my log file but size did not change
  91. cat error in shell

  92. How to run local (non-shell) scripts on a remote host via SSH?
  93. Difference between simple cat and redirecting the to a variable
  94. How can I concatenate all files in a directory together in one command line operation?

  95. Concatenate consecutive files

  96. appending to remote file over SSH leads to line-by-line expansion

  97. How to cat all lines together in file/for all files in a directory

  98. What is meant by "keeping the pipe open"?

  99. cat file : prints prior to "user :/" prompt

  100. Permanent Solution to : files, strings w/o \n mixing to command line