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The CATS function concatenates the corresponding elements in two dynamic arrays. The function usually takes the form:

CATS(DynArr1, DynArr2)

Where DynArr1 and DynArr2 are dynamic arrays.



If one dynamic array supplied to the CATS function is null then the result of the CATS function is the non-null dynamic array.

An example of use is as:

0001     A = "a" : @SM : "b" : @VM : "c": @VM : "d"
0002     B = "x" : @VM : "y" : @SM : "z"
0003     CRT  CATS(A, B)

to display: 

ax : @SM : b : @VM : cy : @SM : z : @VM : d

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