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<p>&ldquo;Why,&rdquo; you might be asking, &ldquo;is the command to dump out the contents of a file
to a screen called <code>cat</code>? What do felines have to do with anything?&rdquo;</p>
<p>It turns out that <code>cat</code> is actually short for &ldquo;concatenate&rdquo;, which is a long
<p>It turns out that <code>cat</code> is actually short for &ldquo;catenate&rdquo;, which is a long
word basically meaning &ldquo;stick things together&rdquo;. In programming, we usually
refer to sticking two bits of text together as &ldquo;string concatenation&rdquo;, probably
because programmers like to feel like they&rsquo;re being very precise about very
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<pre><code>$ seq 1 5 | shuf
4
5
2
1
3
2
4
</code></pre>
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"Why," you might be asking, "is the command to dump out the contents of a file
to a screen called `cat`? What do felines have to do with anything?"
It turns out that `cat` is actually short for "concatenate", which is a long
It turns out that `cat` is actually short for "catenate", which is a long
word basically meaning "stick things together". In programming, we usually
refer to sticking two bits of text together as "string concatenation", probably
because programmers like to feel like they're being very precise about very


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