Accessing the clipboard from a Swift script
It's super easy to access the contents of the clipboard from a Swift script. A big benefit of Swift scripting is being able to use Cocoa's powerful APIs for Mac apps.
import Cocoa let clipboard = NSPasteboard.general.string(forType: .string)
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