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I suspect that what's going on is that when you highlight some text in your terminal window, its getting copied to a clipboard in the GUI. Or perhaps its not getting copied and you need to tell the terminal app to copy the text - usually, but not guaranteed to be, CTL-C. Otherwise, you might need to look into the GUI API for accessing contents of the clipboard. Note that many XTerm emulators seem to have 2 independent clipboards. There's one that you get when you merely highlight the text, and which you can then usually paste with middle-button on the mouse. There's also the Cut/Paste (CTL-C/CTL-V) clipboard. The two sometimes seem to be synchronized, but not always. In general, I think you should prefer the Cut/Paste method, as that seems to copy text to the GUI's idea of the clipboard, and is usually what you get back when you Paste. This is all a bit hand-wavy, because it seems like there's no hard and fast rules about what gets copied where during a highlight and/or a Copy/Paste.
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