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I like to use the paste command. paste -d. file1 - - file2 < /dev/null produces desired output file1_a...file2_a file1_b...file2_b file1_c...file2_c file1_d...file2_d - refers to stdin, we use this twice to triple our dots </dev/null is used because we do not want anything between those dots.



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