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Depending on the actual size of your files, you could (this is pseudocode, sorry):

1. loop through each file (open file, slurp into an array, close file).
2. Add the array data to a 2-D array (each 'row' of the array would contain the data from each file).
3. Do a transpose on the 2-D array to get the data in the format you want.

This method would require 2 loops: The first to read the data from the files and add to the array. The second to transpose (which would be a simple 2-D nested loop).
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mlh2003

In reply to Re: printing contents of small files into one larger one by mlh2003
in thread printing contents of small files into one larger one by Angharad

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