cat - concatenate and print files
Cat.Interface for the corresponding command signature methods.
The cat utility reads files sequentially, writing them to the standard output. The file operands are processed in command-argument order. If no file argument is specified, cat reads from the standard input.
The following options are supported:
|Number the non-blank output lines, starting at 1.|
|Number the output lines, starting at 1.|
|Squeeze multiple adjacent empty lines, causing the output to be single spaced.|
The following operands are supported:
|:||The input files to be printed; relative paths are not resolved (use the string path argument to enable relative path resolving based on the current working directory).|
|:||Pathnames of the input files to be printed; wildcards * and ? are supported; relative paths are resolved on the basis of the current working directory.|
|:||String arguments defining the options and file operands for the command. Options can be specified by acronym (with a leading dash "-") or by long name (with two leading dashes "--"). File arguments are expanded if wildcards are used.|
|:||Options for the cat command.|
|Modifier and Type||Class and Description|
Interface defining all method signatures for the "cat" command.
|Modifier and Type||Field and Description|
The "cat" command name.
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