Hi, I am currently studying programing, and have become some what stumped with Visual studio 2003. I have written a number of application using the console, however currently i am trying to clear of text that has already been written to the console.....but can not find any command or code to do such.

So I was woundering if it is possible, and if so why is there not a simple command to do so.

Would be greatful for any help or suggestions.

Thank you

hi, thanks for your reply.............is it really that simple? Thanks

hi, thanks for your reply.............is it really that simple? Thanks

why not give it a shot ;)

System.Console.WriteLine("hello world");
System.Console.clear();
System.Console.WriteLine("Hello world again");

give it a shot.

hi there have tried the .clear() statement, however it is not recognised as a valid command within the c# console application component of visual studio 2003. Is there anything else?

Hi there, thanks again......it apears that you have to creat a new instance (??) by declaring the console as a variable then clear the variable.........i keep forgetting that everything is an object :|.

Thanks