wcopy copies text from a file (or from standard input if no file is specified) to the Windows clipboard.
empties the clipboard instead of copying to it.
suppresses error codes (quiet mode). Normally, error codes are printed to standard error.
keeps trying to access the clipboard if it is not accessible at first. Without this option, wcopy issues an error and exits if it cannot access the clipboard.
is similar to the
-roption except that wcopy stops trying to access the clipboard after timeout seconds. If you specify a timeout of less than one second, a default of one second is used.
When set, CTRL-D is used as the EOF (end-of-file) character when the input is from the console.
Possible exit status values are:
Unable to get access to clipboard
Out of memory
Text copy failed
Problems opening or reading from file
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