The Join internal command can be used to join multiple files together into a single larger file. It is mainly used when you have a file that has been split into multiple parts, say for transmission via email.

Command Arguments:

Argument Type Possible values Description

(no argument)



Displays the Join Files dialog. All currently selected files will be added to the list; you can re-order this list, remove items from it and add additional items to it from within the dialog.

Example: Join




Specifies that joined files should be uudecoded.

Example: Join /temp/part1.uuenc.txt /temp/part2.uuenc.txt CONVERT=uudecode TO /temp/original.bin


Joined files will be decoded using base64-encoding.


Files will be joined as text. Different encoding formats will be normalised to UTF-8.



<filename> …

Specify the files that will be joined. Remember to enclose each file in quotes if it contains spaces.

Example: Join /temp/part1.bin /temp/part2.bin



(no value)

Writes the joined file to the source folder instead of the destination.

Example: Join HERE



<output file>

Specifies the name of the joined file.

Example: Join part1.bin part2.bin part3.bin TO original.jpg HERE