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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.

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Thank you both for your feedback.

Asher Orr
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Asher Orr
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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!

The clear command should clear the terminal.