Clear terminal screen as well as terminal buffer

printf "\ec"
clear command doesn't actually clear the terminal because if you scroll you can still see output from the previous commands. Using this command you can clear your terminal screen as well as buffer.

By: soroosh
2013-05-29 18:10:22

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