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catenate

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