Creating csv from multiple files

Is there any way for me to read from let's say 4 different files in ksh. Each has a list of server names. I want to put one column from each file in a .csv file.  I hope I'm clear enough.
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David AldridgeAsked:
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ozoCommented:
do you mean like this?
paste -d,  file1 file2 file3 file4
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David AldridgeAuthor Commented:
I have 4 files. Each with one column. I want to read the files and put them all in one file like this:

from file1          from file2       from file3      from file4

server1,               server2,          server3,          server4,
server5,               server6,          server7,          server8


Make sense?  I probably shouldn't numbered the servers, but just think of them as regular server names that come from each file.

David
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ozoCommented:
paste -d,  file1 file2 file3 file4 > onefile
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David AldridgeAuthor Commented:
Great once again.  Perfect ozo.
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