combine  0.4.0
About: GNU Combine is a utility for joining files according to matches on one or more key fields.
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This is the combine package.  It implements programs for working
flexibly with the contents of files, joining them and summarizing
them as necessary.

combine is a part of the GNU Project.  More information on the
GNU Project and free software can be found at

The program that is built by this package is combine.

See the file NEWS for a list of major changes in the current release.

See the file INSTALL for compilation and installation instructions.

These programs all recognize the `--version' option.  When reporting
bugs, please include in the subject line both the package name/version
and the name of the program for which you found a problem.

For general documentation on the coding and usage standards
this distribution follows, see the GNU standards document, and the documentation
for automake and autoconf:,

This project differs from the recommended formatting of C programs with
regard to braces by placing open braces on the same line as preceding 
text and closing braces indented the same amount as the text enclosed.

Mail suggestions and bug reports for these programs to