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join



SYNOPSIS

       join [OPTION]... FILE1 FILE2


DESCRIPTION

       For  each  pair of input lines with identical join fields,
       write a line to standard output.  The default  join  field
       is  the  first,  delimited  by  whitespace.  When FILE1 or
       FILE2 (not both) is -, read standard input.

       -a FILENUM
              print unpairable lines coming  from  file  FILENUM,
              where  FILENUM is 1 or 2, corresponding to FILE1 or
              FILE2

       -e EMPTY
              replace missing input fields with EMPTY

       -i, --ignore-case ignore differences in case when  compar­
              ing fields

       -j FIELD
              (obsolescent) equivalent to `-1 FIELD -2 FIELD'

       -j1 FIELD
              (obsolescent) equivalent to `-1 FIELD'

       -j2 FIELD
              (obsolescent) equivalent to `-2 FIELD'

       -o FORMAT
              obey FORMAT while constructing output line

       -t CHAR
              use CHAR as input and output field separator

       -v FILENUM
              like -a FILENUM, but suppress joined output lines

       -1 FIELD
              join on this FIELD of file 1

       -2 FIELD
              join on this FIELD of file 2

       --help display this help and exit

       --version
              output version information and exit

       Unless  -t  CHAR  is given, leading blanks separate fields
       and are ignored, else fields are separated by  CHAR.   Any
       FIELD  is a field number counted from 1.  FORMAT is one or
       tions.  There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY
       or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.


SEE ALSO

       The full documentation for join is maintained as a Texinfo
       manual.  If  the  info  and  join  programs  are  properly
       installed at your site, the command

              info join

       should give you access to the complete manual.

join (coreutils) 5.0        March 2003                    JOIN(1)
  




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