Programming :: Append Numbers To A Word List?

Dec 30, 2010

If I do:

for i in $(cat names); do seq -f "$i%03.0f" 0 999; done > output5.txt

I got ( tail snipped):

997munt
998munt
999munt

If I do:

for i in $(cat names); do seq -f "%03.0f$i" 0 999; done > output4.txt

I got:

997Zygmunt
998Zygmunt
999Zygmunt

How I can get numbers from 000 to 999 appended like:

Zygmunt997
Zygmunt998
Zygmunt999

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