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Combining Binary files on x86/Win Platform

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Hello.  I have 5 binary files that I would like to copy/turn into one large binary file by appending them to each other.
I don't know how I can do this - dos's copy stops at <EOF> markers, which is not acceptable
for my purpose.  Any help would be greatly appreciated - even if I knew of a text editor that
could read & write binary files I could make do --  thanks,

Scott Davis.
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I know this works with text files.  I think it'll work with binary files too.  Try this command at the command prompt:
copy filename1.bin+filename2.bin+filename3 largefile.bin

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