System Command ERASE

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The )ERASE command erases or deletes the named function(s) or variable(s) in the current workspace. The workspace is not changed on disk unless you )SAVE the workspace. Once a variable or function is )ERASEd it is no longer defined. Attempting to erase a non-existent function or variable returns an error message. )ERASE with no arguments has no effect; to erase everything in the workspace, use the )CLEAR command to start a fresh, clear workspace.

Example

      )vars
a0 q
      pi←3.1415926
      )fns
function function2
      )vars
a0 pi q
      ⎕vr 'function'
    ∇ function
[1]   "this is a function"
[2]
    ∇ 2013 3 13 11 5 38 975 (UTC)
      ⎕vr "function2"
    ∇ function2
[1] 'This is another function'
[2]
    ∇ 2013 3 13 11 6 0 350 (UTC)
      )ERASE
      )fns
function function2
      )vars
a0 pi q
      )ERASE function2 pi
      )fns
function
      )vars
a0 q
      )ERASE q f
NOT ERASED: f
      )vars
a0


See also: Quad EX or ⎕EX

System Commands (not case sensitive)
)CLEAR )CLOSE )COPY )DROP )EDIT )ERASE )EXIT )FNS )FOP )FOPS
)IN )INASCII )LIB )LOAD )NEWTAB )NMS )OFF )OPEN )OPS )OUT
)RESET )SAVE )SI )SIC )SINL )SYMB )ULIB )VARS )XLOAD )WSID


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System Commands System Variables and Functions Operators
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