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Combining Files Under W2K

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This is probably a easy question.
How do I combine files under win2K? I seem to remember there use to be an old dos command "append" that allowed you to join 2 files together. But I can't seem to find an equivalent command under win2k.
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No need for append.

copy SourceFile1+SourceFile2 DestinationFile /b

(the /b switch makes it work in binary mode instead of text mode, which is the default in this situation).
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My comment does answer the question correctly.
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