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djmerge programs are designed to assist in
transporting files across unreliable channels or small media (like
djsplit takes a big file and splits it into up to 1000
djmerge puts them back together again.
djmerge [-t] inputbase outputfile
Each input file is made from appending a sequence number to inputbase. For example, given `footgz.000', `footgz.001', etc,
djmerge footgz foo.tgz
would result in `foo.tgz' being created.
djmerge creates the output file
`outputfile' with the same time stamp and mode bits as the
first file `inputbase.000'. If you want the output file to
have the current time and the default attribute bits, use the `-t'
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