Even after a lot of progress in the computer arena, the command line remains one of the most widely used software for Windows. There are many thing you can not do without the command prompt. You do not even need to write Java code in it.
There are a few times when you're coding, and some of the important sentences are so long that you are in trouble to remember them or write to them every time. Sometimes you may try to press ctrl + v to paste something, but you only face the Wold disappointing, because these shortcuts are invalid command.
Would not it be nice if you could paste the contents of the command prompt? It definitely saves
time for you and assure more accuracy in your work. In this post, I will be writing
approximately the same. I'm going to guide you through the simple steps on how to connect the content
the command prompt. This procedure is beneficial to any Microsoft
Windows including Windows, Windows 7, and Windows Vista and Windows XP.
How to Copy and Paste in Windows Command Prompt
* Open a command prompt by typing cmd in the Run dialog box. (You can run screen, press the window key and R at a time).
* Click the button on the top left of the presence of the Command Prompt. (As in the screenshot)
* Click Properties, and you get a dialog box.
* Click the Settings/options tab (usually it is selected by default), and check the box to the possibility of the presence of the Quick Edit Mode, and then click OK.
* Now, copy any other program in the normal way and connected, right click on the command prompt screen.
That's it. This was a step by step using which you can paste the clipboard contents the command line. So what are you waiting for? Just try it now, and how you too can paste the content.
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