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Is there a way to paste to the shell what's in my clipboard?
JubilantGlumFolder
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Hi ! If you do not want to use the context menu, there are keyboard shortcuts Use ctrl-inser to copy and shift-inser to paste > Replit helper here ! > If you found my answer helpful, you can upvote it :) > If my post answers the question, mark it as the answer with the check mark ! 3 years ago
Scoder12
Scoder12
You can just right click on the terminal and select paste. > I am a repl.it helper. If this is helpful please mark my comment as the answer and upvote.3 years ago
TieDyeKatz
TieDyeKatz
I am not too sure how you would input CTRL+V or CMD+V in a shell directly in Bash unless Readline is available for it (It's not unless you are using a Linux server). Otherwise, it will only do ^V as one character. If you know NodeJS, you can use the var readline = require('readline-sync') command to install Readline, and then by using the var = readline.question("") command, then you can paste directly.3 years ago