# $EPIC: clear.txt,v 1.3 2007/07/10 22:09:59 jnelson Exp $
clear [-all|-hidden|-visible] [-unhold]
CLEAR scrolls the visible part of the window's scrollback buffer up until none of it is visible. The scrollback buffer is not changed in any way – the lines are still there, and can still be viewed by scrolling backwards. You can reverse a clear with the unclear command.
You can clear a specific window with window clear.
|-all||clears all windows, not just the current one|
|-hidden||clears all hidden windows|
|-visible||clears all visible windows|
The obsolete -unhold flag does not do anything.