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What is the UNIX command that will clear my screen?
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You'll kick yourself when you get the answer, which is:

clear

However, it is still possible that you have a Unix flavour that doesn't have the 'clear' command, or your terminal setup is screwed.

Let me know if the clear command works for you.
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Your right...I kicked myself! LOL
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