Merge lines of files, write to standard output lines consisting of sequentially corresponding lines of each given file, separated by a TAB character.
Syntax paste [options]... [file]... Options -s --serial Paste the lines of one file at a time rather than one line from each file. -d DELIM-LIST --delimiters DELIM-LIST Consecutively use the characters in DELIM-LIST instead of TAB to separate merged lines. When DELIM-LIST is exhausted, start again at its beginning.
Standard input is used for a file name of - or if no input files are given.
"The secret to success is to offend the greatest number of people" ~ George Bernard Shaw
Related linux commands:
csplit - Split a file into context-determined pieces
cut - Divide a file into several parts
fold - Wrap input lines to fit in specified width
fmt - Reformat paragraph text
join - Join lines on a common field
split - Split a file into fixed-size pieces
tail - Output the last part of files