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Python PIL | ImageGrab.grabclipboard () method

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PIL.ImageGrab.grabclipboard() takes a screenshot of the clipboard image, if any.

Syntax: PIL.ImageGrab.grabclipboard ()

Parameters: no arguments

Returns: On Windows, an image, a list of filenames, or None if the clipboard does not contain image data or filenames.

Note. This module only works for Windows and Mac OS.

# Import Image and ImageGrab module from PIL

from PIL import Image, ImageGrab

 
# using the grabclipboard method

im = ImageGrab.grabclipboard ()

 
im.show ()

Exit:

After changing the clipboard image

# Import Image and ImageGrab module from PIL

from PIL import Image, ImageGrab

 
# using the grabclipboard method

im = ImageGrab.grabclipboard ()

 
im.show ()

Output:

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