If I am not mistaken you are enquiring about AS path appending not prependingin cisco world. umm. You can try using the set as-path prepend last-as. This prepends the first AS in the AS-path (neighbor’s AS). You can use this command in an inbound route-map to simplify your configuration and make the route-map independent of the neighbor’s AS number.
However, if you are actually asking about appending the AS in a outbound route-map. I am not sure if you could do that on cisco devices.
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