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clrscn in visual c++

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I need a clrscn function like in Borland's Turbo C++ for MSVC++ 1.0.  Does anyone have a clue how I could write one?
Like maybe in inline assembly or something.
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I think there is a function called _clearscreen(short);
where the parameter can be one of:
_GCLEARSCREEN
_GVIEWPORT
_GWINDOW

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