Purpose:CLIP displays or modifies the 10 clipboards available in TCC (CLIP0: - CLIP9:)


Format:CLIP [/C clipn:] [/R n] [/S clipn: text] [/Z]


/C - Clear

/R - Rotate

/S - Set clipboard text

/Z - Clear all




TCC supports multiple clipboards. They are numbered from CLIP0: - CLIP9:. You can still use CLIP: - it is equivalent to CLIP0:. Clipboards 1 - 9 are only accessible to TCC internal commands and variable functions. External applications will only be able to access the default Windows clipboard (CLIP: / CLIP0:).


When an app saves something to the default clipboard (CLIP: or CLIP0:), TCC will rotate the existing clipboard entries before saving the new CLIP0. CLIP0: will become CLIP1:, CLIP1: becomes CLIP2:, etc. The old CLIP9: will be lost. If you save something to CLIP1: - CLIP9:, none of the other clipboard entries will be modified.


If you don't specify a clipboard number (i.e., "CLIP:", CLIP will default to CLIP0:.


The /C and /S options accept either CLIPn: (i.e., CLIP0: to CLIP9:), or just the digit 0 - 9.


If you don't specify any arguments, CLIP will display the current contents of CLIP0: - CLIP9:.




/CClears clipboard n.


/RRotates the clipboards to make clipboard n the default (i.e., CLIP: / CLIP0:).


/SSets clipboard n to text


/ZClears all the clipboards