I’m in great need of assistance with a Powershell script to combine to csv files. I need to combine the second csv with all columns continuing with the first csv. Just combine the 2 csv’s as they are nothing special to identify. However each csv is fairly large. I found one I was working with but some of the rows in the second csv are out of order. Can you assist with me with this, issue? I have no previous Powershell experience however I have gained a good understanding of it.
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