It's sometimes useful to copy multiple things to the clipboard and paste them later. However the clipboard can only contain 1 thing at a time. Visual Studio comes with a clipboard history which contains the 20 last items you copied to the clipboard.
To use it, press CTRL + SHIFT + V:
This is also available from the menu:
The clipboard history was introduced in Visual Studio 2003. At this time, it was called "Clipboard ring".
Windows also comes with a clipboard history, press WIN + V to use it. You first need to enable it from the settings (documentation). In VS 2019, the popup is not located under the cursor but it works.
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