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Retrieving the output of a command line operation


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jonny
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Other way? :?

Well, I guess if there is another way... but I've used s3 and gclip/pclip for a few months now w/o trouble. Still, to each his own.

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I completely forgot about pclip and gclip, I have those too. I hadn't really used winclip in ahk scripts, and I use 4nt's built in clipboard access on the command line, so I didn't know about any speed problems. Wierd.

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I'd use a nice replacement interpreter like 4nt if I wasn't such a damn cheapskate. :lol: