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2001\04\11@114719 by Gary Faria

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I'm looking for a command to clear the screen.

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2001\04\11@120618 by Bob Ammerman

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In what environment?

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2001\04\11@121017 by Gary Faria

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For mac and windows.

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In what environment?

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2001\04\11@123516 by Bob Ammerman

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There is no ANSI standard way to do this.

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2001\04\11@145047 by Olin Lathrop

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> I'm looking for a command to clear the screen.
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> For mac and windows.

I don't know about MAC, but on Windows the CLS command will clear the window
it is run in.  This command is internal to the command line shell, so it
only applies to that window.  There is no command to clear the whole screen
in windows.  Besides, clear to what?  Do you mean erase all text, set to
fixed color, or what?  Your quenstion really makes no sense.

If you are asking "what command is there to set the whole screen to black",
there isn't one.  An application could draw to the whole screen and set it
to black, but the underneath windows would be restored when that application
exits.  Again, this whole notion of "clearing" the screen makes no sense.


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