If you need to Copy Text to the Clipboard using your Python application code, then you can do the following:

Option 1 – Using pyperclip

First install the pyperclip package, using pip:

pip install pyperclip

Now you can run the following code:

import pyperclip as pc

a1 = "This text will now be in your clipboard"
pc.copy(a1)
a2 = pc.paste()

print(a2)
print(type(a2))

Option 2 – Using pyperclip3

This version is similar to the first option above, except it copies all the data into bytes.

import pyperclip3 as pc

a1 = "This text will now be in your clipboard"
pc.copy(a1)
a2 = pc.paste()

print(a2)
print(type(a2))

Option 3 – Using clipboard

import clipboard as c

a1 = "This text will now be in your clipboard"
pc.copy(a1)
a2 = pc.paste()

print(a2)
print(type(a2))

Option 4 – Using xerox

First you will need to install the xerox package, using pip:

pip install xerox

Now you can run the following:

import xerox

xerox.copy(u'This text will now be in your clipboard')
x = xerox.paste()
print(x)

Option 5 – Using pandas

import pandas as pd

df=pd.DataFrame(['This text will now be in your clipboard'])
df.to_clipboard(index=False,header=False)