Unix and Linux GNU coreutils command paste can be useful to merge corresponding or subsequent lines of files. Here is simple example of it’s usage:

viper@viper-laptop:~$ cat /tmp/test

pop
pop1
pop2


viper@viper-laptop:~$ cat /tmp/test1

1
2
3
4

viper@viper-laptop:~$ paste /tmp/test /tmp/test1

pop     1
pop1    2
pop2    3
        4

 

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