'cat' is a standard UNIX command which either takes a file as an argument, or reads from stdin. It then prints either the file or the stream to stdout.

Here is a demonstration.

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@koko The purpose of cat is to concatenate (or "catenate") files, so say doing cat text1.txt text2.txt yields a stream that contains both text1.txt and text2.txt

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