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    Red face I need help about "cat"

    I asked by someone to change linux's program "cat"

    to change result of "cat A B" to be "cat B A"

    http://pastebin.com/VtmXueEq

    Can anyone fixed this and pastebin back to me

    Best Regards,

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    Re: I need help about "cat"

    Did you actually make an attempt? Is that "someone" your teacher?
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    Re: I need help about "cat"

    Why don't you tell that person that you're not a programmer and suggest that they find somebody who is?

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    Re: I need help about "cat"

    Can anyone fixed this and pastebin back to me
    Yes we can. No we won't!
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