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Very simple, either use the clear command:
or hit Ctrl+L
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CTRL+L is quite useful because of the large space between your last output and your current cursor position.
These commands do *not* clear your command history; at best, they clear the terminal and move the prompt to the top of the window (if you’re in a graphical desktop). Press UP ARROW and you’ll still see your command history.
To clear the command history of a terminal session, do
To clear the command history of a terminal session forever
you have to do this after :
Although not used consistently across the U.S., the National Fire Protection Association has recommended guidelines for fire hydrant colors, with specific colors designated for different water pressure levels for quick identification.
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