How to use the pyperclip.__version__.split function in pyperclip

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if hasattr(opts, '_exit'):
                return None
            result = func(instance, arg, opts)
            return result

        new_func.__doc__ = '%s%s' % (func.__doc__ + '\n' if func.__doc__ else '', option_parser.format_help())
        return new_func

    return option_setup

# Can we access the clipboard?  Should always be true on Windows and Mac, but only sometimes on Linux
# noinspection PyUnresolvedReferences
    # Get the version of the pyperclip module as a float
    pyperclip_ver = float('.'.join(pyperclip.__version__.split('.')[:2]))

    # The extraneous output bug in pyperclip on Linux using xclip was fixed in more recent versions of pyperclip
    if sys.platform.startswith('linux') and pyperclip_ver < 1.6:
        # Avoid extraneous output to stderr from xclip when clipboard is empty at cost of overwriting clipboard contents
        # Try getting the contents of the clipboard
        _ = pyperclip.paste()
except PyperclipException:
    can_clip = False
    can_clip = True

def get_paste_buffer():
    """Get the contents of the clipboard / paste buffer.