Join several text files into one

I would like to join two as many text files that are found in C:\Files\.... into one file ending in .txt
with no lines that it finds in between the data in one text file and other etc..
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Thomas UCommented:
Hi 100questions

The term you are lookin for is concatenate.

commandline windows

copy /b c:\files\*.txt Alltogether.txt

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Thomas

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Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Make sure you place the joined result file in a different folder, so that you don't concatenate it as well.


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aravind ancheWindows/Vmware Commented:
also if they are in c:\files and in subfolders, open command windows in files folder and  run below code
for /R %f in (*.txt) do type “%f” >> c:\alltogether.txt
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Thomas UCommented:
@aravind
But that adds a carriage return at each line....(and you added too many of those ">>" for the code to work)

@Bill.
just tested...it does not add the target "Alltogether.txt" to it,  so copy /b (to avoid any linefeed or special character) to the same folder is just fine. Because it check all the files in the folder, then adds them to another...typical batch...if, wouldn't that lead to an infinite loop? ;-)
But you are right anyway. I would pipe the output to a different folder as well. Just in case.
aravind ancheWindows/Vmware Commented:
Thomas I edited it, sorry for typo
Thomas UCommented:
nah, no worries...If I would get a penny for all my batch mistakes...I would be a rich man... :-)
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