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    Default How do I clear the screen in Commodore 64?

    How do I clear the screen on my Commodore 64 emulator?

    I tried typing in "NEW" but it didnt seem to do anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by candlewind View Post
    How do I clear the screen on my Commodore 64 emulator?

    I tried typing in "NEW" but it didnt seem to do anything
    NEW command doesnt clear the screen, just the memory.

    For a Commdore 64 clear screen, try this instead:

    Code:
    PRINT CHR$(147)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jared View Post
    NEW command doesnt clear the screen, just the memory.

    For a Commdore 64 clear screen, try this instead:

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    PRINT CHR$(147)
    Yeah that worked, thanks

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    I think another way was to PRINT an inverted heart symbol.. can't remember off the top of my head what keys you had to press to get that

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    And if it's not within a programm, just press shift+clr/home

 

 

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