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Python

Anthony Withers
Anthony Withers
3,015 Points

Can someone tell me how to clear our the console, and start with a clean slate when the code gets too full?

I often close the console window and reopen to get a clean slate, but I'm sure there's a way to reset the console without having to do so.

2 Answers

Anthony Withers
Anthony Withers
3,015 Points

Thank you both for your feedback.

Asher Orr
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Asher Orr
Python Development Techdegree Student 5,975 Points

You're welcome! If you're good to go, don't forget to mark Daniel's answer as "Best Answer." That way, people will know you don't need help!

Daniel Jong
Daniel Jong
3,904 Points

The clear command should clear the terminal.