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raw read from clipboard

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Is there a way to copy whatever is in the clipboard byte-for-byte into a string variable (or vice versa)?

Any help would be appreciated

Thanks

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i didn't understand the question very clearly but i can give you some clue

$a=ClipGet()
msgbox(64,"",$a)

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For example, if a picture is copied to the clipboard and it is in some special unrecognized format, is there a way to read the data from the clipboard byte-for-byte without interpreting the data or classifying it as a particular format (what I mean by "raw read")? As I see in the help file, _ClipBoard_GetData has you specify the intended format of the item that is in the clipboard, but I was looking for a way to read the clipboard data raw.

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