tmultin: Writes multiple processed tables to single container file
tmultin takes multiple input tables and writes them
to a single output container file.
The container file must be of some format which can contain more than
one table, for instance a FITS file (which can contain multiple extensions)
or a VOTable document (which can contain multiple TABLE elements).
Individual filtering may be performed on the tables prior to writing them,
and their formats may be specified individually.
If you want to apply the same pre-processing to all the input tables,
you may find the
tmulti command more convenient.