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Appending a file to another file on a remote Linux box

Came across this useful command to append a file on the local machine to another file on the remote machine.
C:\cygwin\..\.ssh>ssh user@host "cat >> remote-file" < local-file
Nothing extraordinary here, just a clever combination of simple commands and I/O redirection, but quite useful.

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